Eglise Sainte-Blaise was the first church built in the town of Ecully, originally constructed in the thirteenth century. ... More
Eglise Sainte-Blaise was the first church built in the town of Ecully, originally constructed in the thirteenth century. After a fire in the middle ages and several reconstruction efforts, today the church serves the local Catholic community. It also occasionally puts on classical music concerts.
This church was constructed between 1699 and 1702 by the same architect, (Charles d'Avilier), who built the Arc de Triomphe
and who conceived the Promenade du Peyrou . Until 1759 the church was used by Oratorians before being handed ...
Tucked away behind Micklegate, in one of the few residential areas within the York Walls , is the church of
St. Mary. Viewed from its small graveyard you could almost be mistaken for thinking you were in an English ...
Located in the center of the city within the Palais de Justice complex on the Île de la Cite ,
the Sainte Chapelle (Holy Chapel) is a small Gothic chapel constructed in the Rayonnant style. Built by King Louis ...