St. Etienne's Church is situated opposite Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It is also an ancient church with hundreds of years of history. The high tower of the church is its symbol. Every Saturday there is a mass ceremony in the church. It's very solemn. It's also the church with the most new people in Paris. It's very romantic and beautiful.
The Church of St. Etienne in Paris is near the famous Republic Square. It is an old church with a history of more than 400 years. The whole body of the church is white, and it looks very pure and peaceful against the blue sky and white clouds. The vault inside the church is very complex and beautiful. We must pay attention to it. We must not miss it.
St. Etienne's Church is not far from the ancestral temple. It's not very big, but its interior decoration is very beautiful. It happens to be a wedding ceremony when we visit it. It's very lively. There are too many churches in Paris, but each has its own characteristics and architectural design style, which is worth seeing.
St. Etienne's Church is a Catholic church. It contains Blaise Pascal, Jean Racine, Jean-Paul Mara and other famous French historians. The exterior and interior of the church are exquisite, although its size is small in Paris church. Next to the church is the ancestral temple. The atmosphere is very good.
Saint-Étienne-du-Mont is a church in the 5eme arrondissement of Paris with a shrine dedicated to the Patron Saint of Paris, Saint Geneviève.Remember that scene from Midnight in Paris when Gil is sat sitting on some steps and then a mysterious car appears with Fitzgerald and co ready to whisk him away to another world...? This is the spot. Totally worth coming here just to experience that, and to check out the beautiful gothic-renaissance church (which is free of course). Although, at midnight unfortunately a car will not come and pick you up to take you to the 1920s.
Next to the Pantheon, a church has a very special appearance. When entering, there may be a special group of guests. I followed them into the small hall behind the church and saw more distinctive glass windows. Perhaps every church has such a place, but it happened to enter here, from the side of the alley of the church, you can take beautiful silhouettes.
St. Etienne's Church, known as the oldest church in France, took three hundred years to build. It draws exquisite glass paintings and is also made by famous artists. It is these works of art, considered one of the most beautiful glass paintings in France, that make the church famous.
St. Etienne's Church is a relic of the Renaissance in the sixteenth century. Pascal and Racine are among the people buried here. Adjacent to the Pantheon, January 3 is the birthday of the believers. The church has a special banner and statue. Every day, many elderly people pray here.