Many of the pictures in the comments are of the Sacred Heart Cathedral. This is not correct. This is a small brick red church, separated from the Sacred Heart Cathedral by a small hill square. The facade is actually inlaid with gems, opposite Just love the wall.
The cathedral of Sacred Heart is coloured and beautiful, looking at it in the bushes, like heaven in the fairy tale world. The church, the last cathedral in Paris, is in a strange style, like both Romanesque and Byzantine, with its four domes and a large dome typical of Byzantine architecture. The Sacre Coeur is not only a famous church, but also a tourist attraction. People like to come here because of the high ground, standing at the church door, overlooking the city of Paris, surrounded by old narrow streets, the French history of the Montmartre Highlands, where many writers and artists lived. It has been a tradition that many painters come here to paint in public and sell their work openly.
The church on the Montmara Highlands where many tourists flock from the early evening because on the Montmara Highlands sit on the stone steps to enjoy the sunset of Paris and is a sight for tourists
Visited several cathedrals in Paris and to be honest it was a bit of a troll, basically all of them are large domes, the architecture is absolutely beautiful, not the most beautiful church in our country, art can be said to be all arty and beautiful
Arrive at Abbeses metro station, don't take the elevator to change the stairs if you are physically fit, the stairs are walled with lovely pictures and very interesting. Stepping out of the Abbeses metro station, remember to look back at the specially shaped exits, designed by Hector Guimard, with a decorative iron-casting look.