St. Catherine’s Church is still used by an active congregation, but St. Catherine’s design is amazing and timeless, and it feels like an old sailing ship, only a few blocks from the Seine, built of wood. Although it is not very big, walk in and see the intricate stained glass windows, statues and a charming wooden beam structure.
The predecessor of Église Ste-Catherine Church is a stone building. It was destroyed during the Hundred Years' War between Britain and France. It was rebuilt from the end of the 15th century to the beginning of the 16th century, and the main structure is now made of wood. The church is very ancient and embodies low-key and humble religious ideas. The twin nave is shaped like an inverted hull. Opening hours 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00. It is closed during the ceremony.
The building looks relatively simple, masonry structure