Sunday, December 9, 2012

Chapelle Notre Dame des Anges



Chapelle Notre Dame des Anges


Built in 1863 by the Marist Fathers, 
this Gothic Revival architecture is largely hidden from the street view.  
One gets a glimpse here of a few of the nearly forty storied windows 
created by Joseph Vigne and dedicated to the Virgin Mary.  


bon dimanche


Chapelle Notre Dame des Anges
104, rue de Vaugirard
75006, Paris


10 comments:

Andy said...

Superb capture of the colours on a indoor scene.

M said...

Beautiful windows! Bon dimanche!

Starman said...

Very nice!

Riet said...

What a beautiful church and I love the windows

Rob-bear said...

Excellent capture. I really do get the feeling of those walls going up, and up, and up!

Bon dimanche!

Kristie Franklin said...

What a gorgeous church! I love the stained windows. So pretty! It would be such a pleasure to sit in this church and just stare at the beauty of it. :)

Mary said...

More breathtaking windows! Love this. :) Hope you're having a wonderful Sunday, Genie.

This is Belgium said...

Hi Genie
I m on my way back. All went as well as could be expected. Now however nothing but travelers hardship ;) ... the flight Mobile-Atlanta got cancelled with all delays you could possible imagine as result. will be stuck in atlanta for a while, admiring their beautiful new F terminal :)
bon dimanche to you too
anni

Paulita said...

The angle of the photo makes these windows really soar! I hope you'll play along with my Dreaming of France meme on Monday. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Hoping that all had a memorable Sunday today. Safe travels to you, anni.

This church is not one to catch your attention from the street as it appears just as an unbroken wall with a door and a modern sign. You never know what treasures await unless you push that door open and enter. We almost skipped this one, but I am glad that we did not.

Bises,
Genie