St. Seville's Church is not far from Notre Dame in Paris. The most famous one is the Cabinet of the Tibetan Dead, which was originally used to store the bones of the poor in the parish, and then converted into a separate room with the priest. It is also a little thriller.
St. Seville Church, located in the square of Bordeaux, Paris, has a long history. It was built in the 6th century. It is a world historical and cultural heritage. The whole church is a Gothic architecture in the Middle Ages. The painted glass in the church is exquisite.
The Church in the middle of the road has the style of an ancient Greek temple, the same Koslin pillar as a mountain flower, but it enters with a rolling dome, or is as different in appearance as in the theory of transparency. There were various sculptures and murals in the golden hall. When I entered the hall, the Mass seemed to have just ended. When I saw the priest coming down and taking the camera to the church, I was still timid.
In an alley near Shakespeare's Bookstore, it's like another village in the dark. Although the church is small, its architectural style and decoration are quite good. Located on the left bank of the Seine River, the Latin District is one of the oldest churches in Paris. But as a cold spot, there are not many tourists.