Sacred Heart Cathedral is located in Paris. Metro Line 2 goes down to Anver Station. It's just a few minutes'walk to the right. The cathedral is built on the top of a hill. There are many people in the middle. There are many people sitting there to block the road, and there is no way in the middle. The church looks very old. The pillars inside are very thick. After entering, it feels that it is oval. There are different gods around it. There are many candles burning. Unlike many churches, there is a dome in the middle, which is not found in many churches in Europe. The water outlet on the outside wall of the church is built in the form of a slender lion. The church is free to visit, so whenever there are a lot of people, there are many black people selling water, beer and handicrafts and souvenirs. Souvenirs are cheap, five for a euro. Because I dare not use black things, I did not buy them. It is also a must-see place for tourists. When I went there, it was past 8 p.m. or there was a tour. Of course, the sun had not set at 8 p.m. in Paris. The photo was taken at 8:30 p.m. Standing at the church door and looking down, you can see the whole city of Paris.