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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Catholic Church of St. Severin, Paris
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The Church of St. Severin (French: Église Saint-Séverin) is a Roman Catholic church, located in the Latin Quarter of Paris, France.



Five interesting facts about Église Saint-Séverin:

  • It was built in Gothic style in 13th15th century.
  • Its bells include the oldest one remaining in Paris, cast in 1412.
  • The Gothic stained-glass windows of the chancel are intact and apparently date from the 15th century.
  • The impressive organ, built by Jean Ferrand in the 18th century, turns the church into a major centre of Sacred Music.
  • The church contains the relics of Saint Ursula (?–304/451).

Église Saint-Séverin
Church of St. Severin, Paris
Saint Severin church
Entrance, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Église Saint-Séverin
Interior, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Catholic church
Pillars, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Saint Severin church
Interior, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Saint Severin church
Pillars, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Saint Severin church
Stained glass windows, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Stained glass window, Church of St. Severin, Paris
Église Saint-Séverin
Interior, Church of St. Severin, Paris

Address:  
Église Saint-Séverin, 3 Rue des Prêtres Saint-Séverin, 75005 Paris, France

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