St. Julian le Pauvre is a 13th century Romanesque church across from The Ile de la Cite in the 5th arrondissement. It is currently used as the Greek-Catholic parish in metro Paris since 1889.
The interior is rather dark and not recently restored, but the...更多
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...更多
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...更多
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...更多
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...更多