This 17th Arrondissement church was constructed in 1821 and later expanded in 1851. It features classical Greek architecture by Molinos, marked by the notable absence of a bell tower and the giant pillars at the entryway. Legend has it that a worker found a small statue of the Virgin Mary when constructing the Church's foundations, thus the building was dedicated to her name. Sainte Marie des Batignolles occasionally hosts classical and choral concerts, and has a capacity for 100 people.
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