The Church of Saint-Germain and Saint-Baudeau, one of the oldest churches in Paris, shelters the French music family: the Couperin family. The Kupland family in the Baroque period is similar to the Bach family in Germany. Among them, François Coupland, the father of French keyboard music, Ravel wrote "Coupland's Tomb" in memory of him.
The church of St. Jewel St. Bode is a gorgeous gothic style, and was built in 1494 and completed in the 17 century. The medieval corner still has turrets, magnificent stained glass windows from the 17th century, side churches decorated with Renaissance woodwork and paintings, and side ceilings with ribbed ceilings.
St. Javier's Church of St. Bode is an old place, the interior of the church is very ordinary, huge lampposts many bulbs are gone.
The church still holds the organ of the famous musician Kuplan and there are many other references to the artist.
The church is really the subject, and it's very cool inside.