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Eglise Notre Dame du Travail, Paris

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  • This church was built for workers staying in the 14th district who were responsible to mount exhibitions of Paris from the beginning of the last century. She paid tribute to the working condition and the sense that gives the word 'work '. It is notable for using a metal frame and a frame in apparent beams. The beautiful statue of our Lady of the work is behind the high altar. The decorations of style art deco iollustrent work. The Church is located close to the Place of Catalonia, with its buildings of Ricardo Bofill
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  • Built for workers hired to build the buildings of world exhibitions, she used materials in vogue at the time with the iron beams covered with stone. A decoration of his time to give a little life. Very quirky standards of sacred art
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  • A large stone church that is near Plaça Catalunya, and in front of a small park. Note a beautiful statue of our Lady of the work at the bottom of the Church, with all the tools designed at the base of the statue. The stations of the cross carved in wood are to see, as well as some beautiful stained glass windows and the statue right entering near the home.
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  • Very serene church, beautifully unique architecture inside.
  • A beautiful church discovered by chance in a neighborhood that I know yet. Since the Expos stood at the Champs de Mars, hundreds of workers to work in these events lodged in the 14th arrondissement of Paris. The Notre Dame du Travail Church was built for them between 1899 and 1901, in lieu of Notre Dame de Plaisance, become too small. To the exterior facades in millstone, rubble and stone Romanesque style, the architect Jules Astruc opposed a formed of wire arches arches inside, worn by thin columns in iron, which give the building a clarity and lightness exceptional. Iron farms would come from the Palace of industry, built for the universal exposition 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 tissues of the universal exhibition of 1900. The Bell is a war of Sevastopol (1854), offered by Napoleon III to the inhabitants of the commune of Piacenza and placed as early as 1861 in the old church. Since July 15, 1976, two orders protect the Church in respect of historical monuments: a collation for the Interior of the Church and an inscription for facades and roofs church Our Lady of labour - 59 rue Vercingétorix 75014 Paris - 36 Street Guilleminot 75014 Paris historical Source: l'histoire de Paris (shovel Starck placed in front of the Church)
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  • @katia: in this case should not live next to a church... It was not a latent defect... Beautiful church, quite atypical share its look very "Eiffel Tower" (these are the workers who built the eiffel tower who built this church) parish run by a charming and open community, it is always a pleasure to go there
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  • Therefore the unique architecture of its structure Church will surprise visitors. The iron structure inevitably reminded the architectures of the 19th century of Eiffel steel Baltard. A new world emerges through these arches of steel for a unusual visit of a little-known Paris.
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  • The pilgrims coming to park their cars at least a hundred under us windows of rooms from the 8.00 we suffer noise the klaxxons. Inadmissible. Sunday jiur of the Lord in me day of sleep that we have especially a child disabled and autistic...
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