Ahh Paris! What a #HolidayVacation that was. I first went in 2004 and found it an entirely enchanting city. Just walking around and seeing all the shops filled with soft and warm lights, the smell of fresh bread, the haughty walk of Parisians...it's all so fitting. If you're looking for good photos of the city, make sure you visit Basilica of the Sacred Heart, aka Sacré-Cœur. The overlook from there is great.
Finally removed to Montmartre, there was a little bit high, and slowly climbed up, went to the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Because the heart is still in a state of collapse, but also photos come out like this. Sacred Heart Cathedral, which is not allowed to take pictures; we will quietly put away the camera phone. Visit inside the circle, but also beautiful surprises. I met their grand church worship. We are also involved in, sat in the middle of the church, the nuns came out, came out priests, monks as well as children, the whole picture is super Mei, then prayers, choir singing. For people of faith in Europe, it is fantastic, although we do not understand, but in which the body can feel a little some of the power of faith.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of France is located at the commanding heights of Montmartre, standing in front of the church. Most of the Paris is clearly visible.
The style of the church is peculiar. It is both Romanesque and like Byzantine and Roman architecture. It has an oriental mood
church. There are many reliefs, murals and mosaics that are worthy of appreciation. It is one of the famous landmarks in Paris. Here is the Sacred Heart of Jesus/Bhlique/Sacr Coeur in the Butte de Montmartre in Paris. . The church has a unique architectural style, both Roman and Byzantine. The interior of the clock tower is square, with a big clock called the Sava clock, weighing 19 tons, is one of the world famous big clocks. The church has three arched doors. There are two horseback statues on either side of the door, one is King Saint Louis. The other is the French national heroine Jude. It was built in 1876 and completed in 1919. It was donated by faithful believers throughout France. There are many reliefs, murals and mosaic mosaics in the church. The attraction here is Montmartre, the most artistic place in Paris. I don't know when it started, it became a large studio, and many young painters sketched here.
Its white, large dome has a chic style combining Romanesque and Byzantine style. The large dome is surrounded by four small domes, which are very Middle Eastern. At the back of the church is a square bell tower with a height of 84 meters. It has one of the world's largest Sava clocks and weighs 19 tons. It is one of the largest clocks in the world.
Montmartre has a sacred Basilica of the Sacred Heart. The Sacred Heart Cathedral is a symbol of Montmartre. It looks like a Romanesque and Byzantine, white dome that combines two styles, very chic and extremely With an oriental sentiment.
There are many embossed murals in the church. Above the altar is a huge zenith mural. The tall Jesus stands in the center with his arms outstretched, with a halo behind him, and a dove of peace flying above his head.
Sacré-Cœur (or the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris) commands the heights of Montmartre. As well as being one of Paris's famous landmarks, this is a quintessential symbol of Montmartre. Sacré-Cœur's architectural style is interesting, mixing a Romano-Byzantine design while the curved white domes are rather oriental in form. The pure white exterior is particularly eye-catching and the mosaics on the interior of the dome even more amazing. Visitors can climb up the spiral staircase to the top of the basilica dome and be rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of northern Paris.