Compared with the nearby cathedral, St. Pierre's Cathedral is easily overlooked, but it is a must-see place to Montmartre. This is an ancient historical building (Ignatius is said to have spent his life in the church here) decorated with beautiful modern stained glass windows. It's worth taking some time to appreciate the beautiful contrast.
The church is called St. Peter's Church in France, not far from St. Heart's Cathedral. Although the scale is not very large, the construction time should be longer than the Sacred Heart. Although I don't have any material, I visited the church carefully for a long time and took many pictures of the interior of the church. There is a beautiful statue of the Virgin Mary in it. The church door is made of bronze. The Bible stories on the door are very beautiful.
If you wander through the labyrinth of medieval streets in the old city of Montpellier, you can reach St. Pierre's Church. The entrance tower is more reminiscent of the castle. There is an impressive combination of pipe organs. The most fascinating one is the stained glass windows. At noon, the sun crosses the stone carvings through the color of the beautiful kaleidoscope.
What impressed me most about this church was the 17th century woodblock block print, which shocked my heart.
The Church of Sacred Heart (Sacr - C) is located in Butte de Montmartre, Paris.
I don't really like the religious attractions of churches, so I don't like the religious attractions of churches.