BASILIQUE SAINTE-CLOTILDE

SIGHT - ARCHITECTURES

23 rue las Cases, 75007 26e Quartier des Invalides, 7e ARR. DU PALAIS-BOURBON, France

Local level recommended in Paris, France

Religious Building

The Saint Clotilde Basilica is a church in Paris. It is best known for its imposing twin spires.

Construction of the basilica was first mooted by the Paris City Council in 1827.

It was designed by architect F. C. Gau, of Cologne in a neo-Gothic style.

Sight - Ranking nr. 14 Best Sights in the district 7e ARR. DU PALAIS-BOURBON

BASILIQUE SAINTE-CLOTILDE

23 rue las Cases
75007 26e Quartier des Invalides,
District: 7e ARR. DU PALAIS-BOURBON, France

Tel: +33(0)1 44 18 62 60

Location

BASILIQUE SAINTE-CLOTILDE, 23 rue las Cases, 75007 26e Quartier des Invalides, District: 7e ARR. DU PALAIS-BOURBON, France

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