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Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, Paris

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4.5/5 based on 30 reviews on the web
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  • Old church (12nd century) in the afternoon. Peter photos beside famous and popular Sacré-Coeur. But no "competitor", of course, is not. Just another modest and historic church in Paris. You can give it a bit of time once came to Montmartre.
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  • The visit to Montmartre is mandatory. Streets, shops, cafes, and its churches are worth.
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  • It is beside subway station up to Montmartre and the Sacré-Coeur Church. So is one of the oldest church building in Paris in 1134, seems to have historical value. Otherwise, it is written in the signs at the entrance, still in 1147, was approved as a church is like. Is it worth going to if that I don't think should be a priority in the Paris Montmartre Hill, goes to the Montmartre tourist.
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  • I know it's probably just me, but I really appreciated this church and my experience more than mine at Sacre Coeur, which we visited immediately before St. Pierre, the oldest Catholic church in Paris. It was much smaller and much more intimate a space. Fewer crowds accounted for it being quieter, but I appreciate the chant music playing softly as we looked at the niches and the relic of St. Therese that's available for public view. A lovely, often overlooked respite after the frenzy of Sacre Coeur, if you're looking for another church rather than a tourist spot, this is it.
  • This church is to very close to Sacre Coeur. A 12th century, this historic Catholic church is one of the oldest in Paris. Montmartre is a large hill. You have to climb this hill to get to Sacre Coeur at the top. After getting off the subway you have to walk down the street and up 100 steps and down the street again and up another hundred steps. It is 130 metres high and gives its name to the surrounding district, part of the Right Bank in the northern section of the city. Great view from the top. Also I took pictures of people singing here. I found after climbing you could the Montmartre "petit train" . Starting from Moulin Rouge takes you all the way up to the Sacre Couer.
  • Iconic. You would love the view of all paris from the top
  • Beautiful, historic, and quiet. Learn the common symbolism in Christian art to fully appreciate the messages here.
  • Tiny in comparison to the Sacred Heart Church but worth a visit
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