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by besopha

"Fine Medieval Church in Paris"

In the Latin Quarter stands Saint-Séverin, which traces its beginnings way back in the 5th Century although the church, as seen today, was created somewhere in the 15th Century. One of the oldest churches in the city, this one dons a flamboyant Gothic style. Often considered one of the most beautiful medieval churches in Paris, the Saint-Séverin is dedicated to a devout hermit called Séverin of Paris. Several beautiful features constitute this iconic place of worship - its nave is a much appreciated work of architecture, while the stained glass windows are quite mesmerizing as well.
1 rue des Prêtres Saint-Séverin, Paris, France, 75005
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"Fine Medieval Church in Paris"
In the Latin Quarter stands Saint-Séverin, which traces its beginnings way back in the 5th Century although the church, as seen today, was created somewhere in the 15th Century. One of the oldest churches in the city, this one dons a flamboyant Gothic style. Often considered one of the most beautiful medieval churches in Paris, the Saint-Séverin is dedicated to a devout hermit called Séverin of Paris. Several beautiful features constitute this iconic place of worship - its nave is a much appreciated work of architecture, while the stained glass windows are quite mesmerizing as well.
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