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Eglise Notre Dame du Travail, Paris

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  • Lots of wood, very odd design, and this is way out of the way, but I was totally charmed and loved its unique quality. Come and experience something different in Paris.  more »
  • Beautiful church with an industrial flair given by the supporting steel structure which is as old as the Tourre Eiffel and as a matter was built after the Expo. I found out about this church only beca...  more »
  • The Paris area is filled with amazing centuries-old churches, so you'll wonder why bother to go to Montparnasse to see this one, which dates to about 1900. But it's well worth your time. The exterior ...  more »
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  • Very serene church, beautifully unique architecture inside.
  • Very cool to see a church built around the same time of the universal exhibition. The facade is peculiar but the interior is the jewel.
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  • Interior design interesting and very original.
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  • A beautiful church discovered by chance in a neighborhood that I know yet. Since World exhibitions were held at the field of Mars, hundreds of workers to work at these events lodged in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. The church Our Lady of labor was built for them between 1899 and 1901, in replacement of our Lady of Piacenza, had become too small. Facades outdoor in millstone, rubble and stone Romanesque style, the architect Jules Astruc opposite inside vaults made of metal poles, carried by thin columns of iron, that give the building a clarity and lightness exceptional. The farms of iron would come from the Palace of industry, built for the universal exhibition of 1855 and demolished in 1899 to make way for the Grand and Petit Palais. Similarly, the rubble of the side façades would come from tissue of the universal exhibition of 1900. The Bell is a war of Sevastopol (1854), offered by Napoleon III to the inhabitants of the former municipality of Marina and placed by 1861 the old church. Since July 15, 1976, two orders to protect the Church in respect of historical monuments: a ranking for the Interior of the Church and an inscription for the facades and roofs church Our Lady of labour - 59 Street Vercingétorix 75014 Paris - 36 Street Guilleminot 75014 Paris historical Source: history of Paris (shovel Starck placed in front of the Church)
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