Saint-Vincent-de-Paul church is a famous structure located in the Quartier Saint-Vincent-de-Paul. The church was built during the 19th century on a site that was said to be the home of the Saint himself and the Congregation de la Mission. The massive church was designed by renowned architect Jean-Baptiste Lepere. The building boasts a decorative portico with towering columns. Its pediment, which glorifies the saint, was created by sculptor Charles-Francois Leboeuf. The building’s interior is also highly decorative and includes a painted frieze that depicts 160 saints.
One of the most notable features of this structure is its organ, which was made by Aristide Cavaille-Coll. The original structure had 47 stops, three keyboards and more than 2,600 pipes. The upgraded instrument has nearly 5,000 pipes and 66 stops.
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