Eglise St-Germain-de-Charonne

Attractions, Religious buildings and sites 20e arrondissement Free
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The old village church of Charonne dates mainly from the 15th century, though one massive column and the bell tower remain from an earlier structure. The interior is almost square, with a triple nave and a simple organ loft. Two side altars have striking modern paintings (a crucifixion and a pietà) by Paul Rambié; a niche contains a wood statue of St Blaise.

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Venue name: Eglise St-Germain-de-Charonne
Address: Place Saint-Blaise
20e
Paris

Opening hours: 9am-7pm
Price: free
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