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A lovely church

One of my favourite and oldest churches in Paris, its architecture a fine example of Romanesque... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2017
Christine F
via mobile
Don't overlook the small memorial to deported Jewish children in Square Rene Viviani beside St. Julien le Pauvre

This is a simple glass or plexiglass panel standing at the side of one of the path-ways that wend... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2017
Therese R
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This small Greek Orthodox church, which was completed in the early 13th century, is named for a bishop who gave away all of his money.
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  • Very good22%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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Odeon / Saint-Michel
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Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

One of my favourite and oldest churches in Paris, its architecture a fine example of Romanesque style. It observes the Melkite liturgy and Sunday masses are beautifully sung. Ideally situated close to Notre Dame and the Quartier Latin. Nearby St Séverin church is also a...More

Thank Christine F
Reviewed 5 January 2017

This is a simple glass or plexiglass panel standing at the side of one of the path-ways that wend through this charming oasis of quiet. It commemorates the youngest children to whom there are no other memorials. Older children were and are remembered on the...More

Thank Therese R
Reviewed 6 September 2016

St Julien Le Pauvre with its East/West Legacy is an ideal oasis to reflect and meditate and just the perfect setting to enjoy piano concerts by talented international pianists from Chopin to Beethoven, Debussy....Weekly Programmes are posted all over Paris and particularly in the 5th...More

Thank Lina N
Reviewed 29 May 2016 via mobile

We attended a wonderful piano concert by Pianist Nitto in St Julien Le Pauvre church. Perfect setting for Chopin and Gershwin like I have never heard it played before. Well worth the 23 euros.

Thank Julie R
Reviewed 10 January 2016

Not sure how often Miho performs at St. Julienne but follow the many advertisements posted all around the city. A unique experience we shall never forget. On a chilly night the church was heated and very comfortable. Miho was happy to sign autographs and pose...More

1  Thank Lee C
Reviewed 10 November 2015

We found the place to be a quiet place in which to reflect on all we have seen and done. Not overly ornate but simple and peaceful. They have small concerts there and we happened to see there was a piano concert that night. We...More

Thank J Craig W
Reviewed 22 October 2015

Although Google said 'closed' when I looked up directions, we were able to have a quick look around as the service had just ended. A beautiful little church with a wooden screen painted with various saints, and some lovely stained glass. We noticed all the...More

Thank Julia M
Reviewed 20 October 2015

This small unpretentious church contains a remarkable screen of painted Saints. It is very relaxing to just sit there and contemplate the vista when in the Left bank of Paris. It is within easy walking distance from its more famous "cousins": Notre Dame and St...More

1  Thank Alan M
Reviewed 5 July 2015

Just on the opposite side of Notre Dame, in the Latin Quartierc(Square Viviani), this church is silent, small, charming with its oriental character. The iconostasis, so close to the nave, and the entire structure are waiting for you, embracing you when you enter. Yes, there...More

3  Thank Enea C
Reviewed 31 May 2015

This is one of the oldest churches in Paris, right across the Seine from Notre Dame. It is now a venue for chamber music and is a must-see place. The atmosphere is haunting. We heard Nocturnes by Chopin and arias on the two occasions we...More

1  Thank Shaw G
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