Eglise St-Medard, Paris

#88 of 214 in Historic Sites in Paris
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
During your travels, take some time to check out Eglise St-Medard, a beautiful church rebuilt in the 15th century in flamboyant gothic style. It was moderated several times until the 18th century and has thus a rather heterogenic appearance. You should also look for the breathtaking organcase housed here, made by Germain Pillon in 1646 and renovated by several others during the years afterwards.

Situated at the end of the medieval and picturesque Rue Mouffetard, this church is one of the typical countryside churches of Paris. For more to do and experience, check out the busy surroundings for plenty of restaurants and shops. Plan my Paris trip by asking Inpirock to come up with tips and suggestions.
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  • A wonderful small church from the twelfth century just at the extreme end of rue Mouffetard. Nice ambiance, nice altar, worth the visit.  more »
  • After visiting the cobble stoned Rue Mouffetard open-air market in one of Paris's oldest and liveliest neighborhoods, we crossed over by the pretty little Guy Lartigue fountain to enter the grounds...  more »

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