Up the steps of St. Rock's Church, you can enjoy beautiful works of art and fascinating stained glass windows. There are two altars in the main hall. The heroes of the Chesapeake Campaign are buried nearby. A French naval admiral also won a defensive battle here, and the church has relevant records.
Passing through the Louvre Palace, the door was very big. Seeing that it was a church, I went in to see it. It was catching up with the singing. The sound effect of the church was excellent, quiet and sacred. Surprisingly, it felt much bigger inside than outside. There were churches behind the lobby, several deep entrances, and various frescoes and statues. It was suggested to circle around the church and feel them.
St. Locke's Church is a Catholic Church in the first district of Paris, France. It is small but lovely. Baroque style. It was founded in 1653. It was laid down by Louis XIV and the Queen Anne of Austria. The project stopped in 1660. It was restarted in 1701 and completed in 1754. During the French Revolution, churches were looted.
The appearance is very low-key. When you walk into the church, your vision is enriched. The murals and reliefs are amazing.
The church was quiet, and there were many people coming. It was very pious.