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Built by Charles-Henri Bernard in 1933, this Catholic Church in Paris' 15th arrondissement hosts choirs as well as romantic music by composers such as Mendelssohn and Dvorak.
A Catholic Church with a bell tower initially known as Our Lady of the Annunciation is now called Our Lady of Grace of Passy. This is one religious sight that is adored even by the non Catholics. It is indeed a beautiful holy place to sit and meditate.
French Architect Hector Guimard encapsulates the short lived Art Nouveau style in his distinctive building, Castel Beranger. Completed in 1898, the structure's daring asymmetrical design still stands out today. This is of special interest to students of architecture. What Gaudi brought to Barcelona, Guimard brought to Paris in this must see landmark. If you can't get inside the building for a special viewing of the interior, the engaging exterior is worth a visit too.