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Saint-Sulpice

2 rue Palatine, 75006 Paris, France
+33 1 42 34 59 94
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Designers like Versace and Sonia Rykiel have their boutiques in this trendy Parisian neighborhood.
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2 rue Palatine, 75006 Paris, France
Saint-Germain-des-Prés
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"the da vinci code"
in 34 reviews
"beautiful church"
in 36 reviews
"organ concert"
in 15 reviews
"largest church in paris"
in 13 reviews
"rose line"
in 12 reviews
"meridian line"
in 7 reviews
"luxembourg gardens"
in 17 reviews
"holy water"
in 6 reviews
"winter solstice"
in 4 reviews
"marquis de sade"
in 3 reviews
"big church"
in 4 reviews
"large square"
in 3 reviews
"old church"
in 7 reviews
"virgin mary"
in 3 reviews
"side chapels"
in 3 reviews
"sunday mass"
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"well worth the trip"
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Although Saint-Sulpice is famous for it's inclusion in Dan Brown's "Da Vinci code" it has much more to offer. Yes, you can see the "Rose line" or brass meridian line along the floor and also down the large stone obelisk which acts as a sundial...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I agree - many beautiful churches in Paris. However, Saint Sulpice captivates you by its total grandeur. It's arguably the biggest cathedral in Paris. At the risk of sounding repetitive, may I please emphasize how it is extremely beautiful? Of course, part reason for me...More

Thank Bhairavi P
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Reviewed 1 week ago

There was a service going on when we arrived but people were allowed to look around the church. It is lovely!!

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I found the church interesting enough, but there are many, many more interesting things to do and see in Paris. If you are in the area, check it out; but I would not make it a point to seek out the church, unless you have...More

Thank Wolverine73
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We attended mass on Sunday and stayed for the organ concert. It is no problem to come in after the service concludes just for the concert. Service ended promptly at noon. The organ concert was amazing!

1  Thank Rebecca N
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The church itself is spectacular - huge, with great murals painted by Delacroix (on the right side, just after the main entrance). The square just in front of the church, with a beautiful fountain offer a great perspective of the area.

Thank hoinar_ro
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Saint-Sulpice is a nice place to visit. It ranks with Norte Dame in stature and the fountain in front is relaxing and peaceful. Worth the trip.

Thank Phil M
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Reviewed July 9, 2018

St-Sulplice is the second largest church in Paris following Notre Dame de Paris. It's the second church on the site dating back to 17th century (the first one dates back to 13th). It is mainly famous with its Delacroix murals and organ concerts and also...More

1  Thank TubaKoseogluOkcu
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Reviewed July 5, 2018

Fantastic work by Delacroix. The three murals are beautiful and worth the trip just for them. Reading about them, or going to the Delacroix Museum before the visit would be helpful. I also loved the holy water vessels; which were two huge clam shells (real...More

Thank txtfa001
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Reviewed June 29, 2018

A bit of a walk through the fashion boutiques of St Laurent and Hermes to this church made famous in The Da Vinci Code and also by having the biggest organ in Paris hence the weekly organ concerts on Sundays.The Gnomon and sundial and meridian...More

Thank Paul B
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donasadock
July 19, 2016|
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Response from Tristan B | Reviewed this property |
after the noon mass on Sunday, there is a half-hour free concert - can't be sure about the actual dates you've specified. I would suggest contacting the church. Seeing the internal mechanisms of the organ is fascinating... More
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