Sunday, July 24, 2011
The organ of Saint-Étienne du Mont is a marvel of architectural design and carving, dating back to the early 17th Century. It would be a challenge to count the cherubs and angels in this church, starting here with the organ. If you decide to count, do not forget to look at the ceiling for the little cherub faces.
I have shown this church before, here and here. It is just across the square from the Parthenon in the 5ième arrondissement.
Église Saint-Étienne du Mont
1, place Ste-Geneviève