The Atonement Chapel is most famous for burying the angry people of Paris and the Queen of Grief here at the same time. As far as the church is concerned, it really cannot be compared with other cathedrals, and the location is relatively biased. There are not many people visiting, unless you are particularly interested, you don’t have to come here specifically
It is also a circular centralized chapel where the famous tragic queen Marie Antoinette is buried, as well as the people who died in the revolution due to politics or plague. There is a small garden in front of the entrance of the church. Probably this little church is too remote. Only a group of lovely pigeons greeted us on the day we went. The entrance and overall design are very solemn.
The Atonement Chapel was the original burial site of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. There is a small garden outside the memorial hall to commemorate the people who lost their lives in the French Revolution. The statue of Louis has a copy of the will that can be read, and Mary is on the sidelines. The letters written before death are written in French
This church is very unremarkable. It is a place of worship for some church members nearby.