Basilique du Sacré-Coeur in Paris

Basilique du Sacré-Coeur in Paris

Basilique du Sacré-Coeur is one of the main Catholic churches in France. The Church of the Sacred Heart (as its name is translated) is a combination of Byzantine, Gothic, Romanesque and classical styles, and was built in the late 1800s in memory of the victims of the Franco-Prussian War. The snow-white basilica is painfully reminiscent of the stunning Taj Mahal. Due to the mixture of a large number of architectural styles, the cathedral received the funny nickname “national cake”, despite this, in general its entire structure looks very harmonious.
Located on the highest hill in Paris – Montmartre, the Church of the Sacred Heart gives tourists the opportunity to see a magnificent panoramic view of 50 kilometers around. After all, the top of the famous oval dome of the basilica is the second highest point in Paris.
Sacré-Coeur is made from a special mineral that turns white when exposed to water. It is because of this that for more than 100 years the temple has been shining with its whiteness throughout the entire French capital.
The cathedral is rightfully one of the main centers of attraction for tourists in Paris. Postcards and souvenirs depicting the Church of the Sacred Heart are no less popular than similar products depicting the Eiffel Tower.
Be sure to take a tour here, especially since there is a legend that if you stroke the leg of the statue of St. Peter in the basilica, you will certainly return to Paris again. And be sure to invite a paris girl escort from the PARIS ESCORT 24 agency here. She will remain very grateful to you!

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