Sunday, October 14, 2018

Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary

Sainte Élisabeth de Hongrie or Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary is located at the heart of the historic Marais district, the Église Sainte-Élisabeth de Hongrie was built in 1646.

We weren't able to get inside of the church because it was close when we got there. The church is actually a walking distance from where we stayed in Paris.
According to my research, the church is rich in paintings and frescos from the mid-19th century, with a series of 100 carved wooden sculptures in bas-relief from the start of 17th century, as well as remarkable stain-glassed windows from the 1830's. The two organs are used to hold concerts.

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