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A St PIERRE DE MONTMARTRE, Paris
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A St PIERRE DE MONTMARTRE--where the vows were taken that led to the founding of the Society of Jesus--is one of the area's two main churches. Stained glass fills the windows. The transept and choir are beautifully Romanesque. Four marble Roman columns with Merovingian capitals stand tall in the church. Head up to the dome for an aerial view of the surroundings. Add A St PIERRE DE MONTMARTRE and other attractions to your Paris trip itinerary using our Paris vacation planner.
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  • The Church of Saint-Pierre de Montmartre is the lesser known of the two churches located in Montmartre, but is one of the oldest in Paris, this church is overlooked by tourists, but very popular with local residents. According to tradition, the Jesuit order was born here. the Interior is rather dark and without decorations and is three aisles separated by pilasters. We pause because when we entered there was a children's choir rehearse Christmas songs ... very impressive!
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  • The entrance to the Church is in a courtyard. It has a beautiful door of iron sculptures bajorrelive. There are statues of Notre Dame, Montmartre, Saint Denis and Saint Peter (bronze, with your foot spent by permanent contacts of the faithful, as in San Pedro in the Vatican) windows let the light giving color to the walls. There are columns of Roman origin in the central nave. Its main altar is modern, enameled copper and was designed by Jean-Paul Froidevaux. She has a nice body in the narthex. According to the biography of Ignacio de Loyola, the seven founders of the society of Jesus pronounced his vows August 15, 1534, in this church. In the place that is erected, Theodore Vacquier identified remains of stone walls of the ancient temple of Mars (from which Montmartre took its name)
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  • Located next to the most famous basilica of the Sacré Cœur dominates in architectural terms. Built in 1147 has a medieval look. Near the apse, on the left side, stands the Romanesque Bell Tower with two orders of mullioned windows of the belfry. The Interior, in Gothic style, is completely bare of decorations and has three naves separated by pillars. You can see four marble columns, capitals, coming perhaps from a Roman temple and the spinners oldest in Paris dating back to 1147.
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