Although this scene would have you believe that this is a dark, dimly lighted church, Saint-Séverin is diverse with ancient windows from the 14th century and these contemporary abstract windows in the apse chapels which were created in 1970. Depending on the season and time of day, you can see the total spectrum of light and dark. You will be amazed at the twisted pillars which some say look like palm trees. This church has a wealth of interesting features and I will bring you here again.
Église Saint-Séverin can be found in the 5th arrondisement, on rue Saint-Séverin.