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Historic Parisian Chapel

Historic Parisian Chapel

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Nearest Train Station: 
10 minutes
Nearest Airport: 
30 minutes
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Location Information: 
This pretty, 19th century Anglo-Normandy style chapel was built by the British in 1876 in the west of Paris between the River Seine and the city of Paris. First used as an Anglican "Christ Church" by the British, it was taken over in 1950 by the Adventist denomination. This beautiful chapel will welcome you into its grand yet intimate interior where the perfect ambiance will be created for your traditional French wedding.

English-inspired, 19th century style chapel. A magnificent stained-glass window adorns the chancel. A 30-meter high church bell is perched in the bell-tower on the side facing façade of the chapel. 

Wedding Ceremonies: 
Protestant, Church of England, Anglican, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Evangelical, Adventist, Buddhist or symbolic/non-denominational wedding ceremonies celebrated on-site.