Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux Church

Paris, France

The church of Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux was built on the site of an earlier 1285 church founded by 'Les Blancs-Manteaux' (white coats), the mendiant Augustin Order of Servites, who also rebuilt the current church in 1685-1690.



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Founded: 1685-1690
Category: Religious sites in France

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Kemal DİNÇ (3 years ago)
Simple and beautiful in the heart of Marais.
Cédric B. (4 years ago)
Lovely church in the heart of Marais Village free entrance
EstroJenSing (5 years ago)
Very pretty. Not always open so I visited during the Journées de la Patrimoine.
Litsa Nesia (5 years ago)
Perfect place to visit!!! Unique view, easier to go with the teleferique!!!
Michael Moriarity (5 years ago)
While walking home from a stroll along the River Seine and the Rue de Rivoli busy street I decided to walk along some streets I had not travelled upon and I saw a narrow street which ended with a church.. I walked along Rue Aubriot which ended at this beautiful church.. well worth the detour...
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