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St Roch is the patron saint of dogs and bachelors, rather an odd mix. There is a statue of St Roch at the front of church, with a dog. The church looks old, but it actually dates from the mid .18th century It is in...More
Built in the XVIIIth century,This Church appears small when seen from the Rue St Honoré side but it is fairly large inside.
Behind the main altar there is a circular Chapel with a second altar.
Behind it there appears to be an additional altar.
An impressive 18th century church in the first where your as likely to encounter models doing a photo shoot as you are real weddings, we were fortunate enough to encounter the latter and resisted the impulse to snap pictures. Later when we passed by models...More
Meeting friends at Saint-Roch to commemorate a loved one who had passed on. The church was closing near 7 pm in the evening, so we were the last to slip in and take in the beautiful quiet of the grand building. We were lucky enough...More
Located very close to the Pyramids metro station in central Paris is this very beautiful church that was built in the 18th century. The interior is very clean and awe inspiring. Great place to come to visit.
This church would be easy to pass with just a glance as you stroll down Saint-Honore. Stop in and you will be surprised with beautiful art, stain-glass windows and an altar that is so different. It is 3-D as you gaze through to a carved...More
From the majestic Louvre to the regal Palais-Royal, this neighbourhood oozes luxury. The grand arches along Rue de Rivoli are shadowed by mosaics in front of decorated vitrines and hotels. Place Vendôme is lined with the world’s best jewelers and their glittering window displays. Every other establishment has someone to open the door for you or park your car. You can spend hours gazing at its haute couture shops
or lingering over a meal at any of its chic eateries. After all that indulgence, the Tuileries gardens provide stately respite, while theatres compete for your applause. It's a neighbourhood that draws admirers from around the world, all attracted to the luxe life in Paris.