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Église Saint-Louis en l'Île

Almost hidden in the narrow streets of Île Saint Louis
stands the lacy spire of Église Saint-Louis en l'Île, the only church on the island.

It was built from 1652 to 1765 in the Baroque style, 
designed by architect François Le Vau. 
 St-Louis' interior was essentially stripped during the Revolution 
as were so many French churches, 
but the odd outdoor iron clock, dating from 1741, survived.

bon dimanche

Église Saint-Louis en l'Île
Rue Saint-Louis en l'Île
Saint-Louis en l'Île
75004, Paris