Eglise Saint-Étienne-du-Mont in Paris

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St. Geneviève was responsible for saving Paris from the Huns in 451 and her shrine in the church has been a popular place of pilgrimage ever since. The church as it stands dates from between 1492 and 1626 and is a mix of Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles. A unique feature is the Renaissance rood screen, the sole survivor in the city.
Address: pl Ste Geneviève

Source wikitravel.org/en/Paris/5th arrondissement