Sacre Couer is one of my favorite sites in Paris. Completed only about a hundred years ago, this Eastern-Orthadox-style Bailica appears much older. It occupies the highest hill on Paris, providing in clear weather a spectacular view of the surrounding city. Of course when we went up the hill it was raining. Again. At least this time we took an umbrella!
Unlike Notre-Dame, pictures of the inside of this church are not allowed.
Click on any thumbnail to see the full-size picture, then use your browser’s Back button to return to this page.