Saint Severin, Paris is a church that is a remarkable site, both in architecture and age. The church is named after a pious hermit who usually prayed at this site. Upon entering the church, you will make greeted forwith grandiose organ and stained glass windows dating back to the 1400s, both tower high over the pews. A commanding area in the focal point of the sanctuary is joined by a chorus of columns comprising about interesting coils that branch out at the top and weave into each other like treetops. The components that make up the church are as dominating as the church itself, which has influenced an extensive part of the city.