This 19th-century church in the Butte aux Cailles quarter of Paris features vocal and instrumental concerts ranging from gospel to opera to classical requiems and symphonies. It features two concert halls: the church itself and the Crypte Ararat.
By Michelle | Posted 01/27/11
The Church of St Anne is a shining beacon of archetecture on a neibhborhood dominated by post war era buildings. It appears older than it is, but the church itself holds a lot of history for the neighborhood. The curch has always been an achor for one of the poorest neighborhoods in all of the inner city. It is through the generous efforts of St Anne that has brought a light of hope to some of the poorest in Paris right here in the 13TH arrondissement. However, today, the 13TH isn't poor. It still holds true to it's socialist roots of opening it's doors and hearts to the most and the least of the community. It's a beautiful treasure to discover on a nice stroll through the thirteenth.... Read More
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Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
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