The old church, called the Church of the Poor, has a certain historical origin. This is a church built with funds, but the sculptures on the facade are very complicated, and the interior is luxurious and not poor at all.
Although this church is translated in Chinese, it is St. Julian's Church of the Poor. But the decoration and construction materials inside the church are very particular. Can't feel anything to do with the poor? It's interesting. It's quite a long experience to come here to visit.
The name of a church very close to Michel Square is very impressive, but this church building is actually very beautiful. I don’t know what it has to do with the word “poor”. It is also very old.
I got here on the walking path from St. Michel’s Square to the Eastern District. The name is very interesting. It seems to be a church set up entirely for the poor, but the decorations and carvings are not at all ambiguous, with a circular composition.
St. Julian's Chapel-also translated as; St. Julian's Church for the Poor. I came out of Shakespeare and Company and wanted to find a small supermarket to buy a bottle of drinks. I just walked here at random. The small supermarket was just opposite the church. There are many churches in Paris. This one is considered to be one of the oldest churches in Paris. It has a Gothic style and a very old feel. The inside of the church is very solemn, cold in substance, high dome, sitting on a chair and enjoying a moment peaceful.