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Paris has a lot to see, including a lot of churches. If you have the time make sure to visit La Madeleline. While it may not look like a church on the outside, due to its unique construction history, the inside is as equally unique...More
This is a wonderful site to visit in Paris. It is a huge building that looks like a classic Greek temple with tall Corinthian columns all around. The formal name of this Roman Catholic church is L'église Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, but it is usually referred to as...More
A concert by Les Violons de France feat. Cécile Besnard was a memorable experience. La Madeleine chuch is very beautiful. The sheer size alone would make an impression but it was lovely on the inside too. Loved the statue on top of the altar and...More
We have been to Paris about 20 times and finally went here. First of all it is undergoing a long overdue exterior cleaning. What a difference it makes. The interior is another story. Quite impressive and very clean.
I went past this twice in a taxi and having visited the Pantheon in Rome felt compelled to visit. Very glad I made the decision to visit as it is simply stunning from an architectural perspective and even more breathtaking inside.
The architecture of the building is fascinating. The interior art honors Napoleon and the armies of France with unique paintings and structures. It was used for many different venues including a catholic church once. The lower level is a mausoleum with the graves of prominent...More
La Madeleine is a gorgeous church built by Napoleon in the name of his troops. The structure is nice from external appearance while the internal parts are also worth to have a look while you are visiting this area.
I recently went on a trip to Paris and re-visited La Madeleine. The visit also rekindled a funny story about the art-nouveau public women’s restrooms that used to be available there. (They have now been closed for several years.) The restrooms were located between the...More
The church is usually open daily. I don't know the exact hours but at least from 8 am to 6 pm and later if there any concert or event. If there is a wedding in progress, that would be a great time. A wedding here is... More
The church is usually open daily. I don't know the exact hours but at least from 8 am to 6 pm and later if there any concert or event. If there is a wedding in progress, that would be a great time. A wedding here is usually quite stylish.