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So happy that the lines into the Basilica were so long that we decided to explore the neighborhood instead- otherwise we would have missed this gem. They were preparing for the 870th anniversary! Walking through history, at its finest.
This old church is in a great area of the city. The guide said it was one of the oldest churches in the city. I really enjoyed the inside and the grounds around the outside. We didn’t have much time on the tour and I...More
St. Pierre’s is the oldest church in Montmartre and one of the oldest in Paris. It is dwarfed by Sacre Coeur by size and popularity, and yet it contains so much history. It is an important piece of the history of the Church in Paris....More
The church one of the oldest in Paris is tucked off one of the squares around the corner from the Sacre Coure . It is well worth the time to visit. Some excellent statuary, especially that of St. Denis carrying his head. Quiet and a...More
Endlessly walking Paris is one of my favorite things to do when I’m visiting. I particularly like the walk up to Montmartre via rue des Martyrs. In December, scoot over to the little Marché de Noël set up by the Abbesses Metro entrance. Be ready...More
I stumbled upon this church while walking up the hill in Montmartre trying to find the entrance to Sacra Coeur. This historic church is worth a brief visit and I found that it lends itself to good photos, depending upon the time of day and...More