Sainte-Chapelle

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Not far from Notre Dame is Sainte-Chapelle, another cozy gem of the Gothic style. It was commissioned by Louis IX in the 1240s to house holy relics, and built in just 7 years. Sainte-Chapelle contains stunning stained glass, ranging across 15 windows and 15 meters high.

Insider Tip

A unique way for you to experience Sainte-Chapelle is to attend a sunset concert. As you sit listening to glorious music, the setting sun casts its glow through the stained glass, creating a magnificent effect.

Lonely Planet
Try to save Ste-Chapelle for a sunny day, when Paris’ oldest, finest stained glass is at its dazzling best. View full review from Lonely Planet
Fodor's
Built by the obsessively pious Louis IX (1226–70), this Gothic jewel is home to the oldest stained-glass windows in Paris. View full review from Fodor's
Frommer's
Countless writers have called this tiny chapel a jewel box, yet that hardly suffices. View full review from Frommer's
Address: 10 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 53 40 60 80

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