La Madeleine, Paris
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
features one of the best-known churches in Paris: la Madeleine. The church is designed in the style of a Corinthian order Classical temple. Construction on the church began in 1764, although it was not consecrated until 1845. The plaza is known for its specialty food stores, including chocolate shops, and has many cafes. Arrange your visit to La Madeleine and discover more family-friendly attractions in Paris using our Paris trip builder.
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Un lugar que no se debe dejar de vivitar en ésta ciudad. Un templo distinto a los habituales por su arquitectura, recuerda edificios griegos o romanos, y ya dentro muestra la majestuosidad de la arqui... read more »A place that should not be in this vivitar city. A temple other than usual for its architecture, reminds of Greek or Roman buildings, and already inside shows the Majesty of Catholic architecture but not overloaded of paintings and statues. located a few meters from the place de la Concorde in a beautiful neighborhood and many people circulating.show original
This church was designed as a Roman Temple tribute to Napoleon. IT's a magnificent inside and out. I attended Saturday mass here and the organ was also impressive.
A Igreja de Madeleine, apesar de ser católica, não se compara às construções das outras igrejas. É aberta à visitação. diariamente são celebradas missas e não há restrição de público. Deve-se apenas f... read more »The Church of Madeleine, despite being a Catholic, does not compare to the construction of other churches. It is open to visitors. daily masses are held and there is no restriction of public. You should just be aware of the times, as they may vary according to the day of the week. Is close to the place de la Concorde.show original
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