Built in 1223, Saint-Eustache is an amalgamation of Renaissance and Gothic architecture after having undergone a renovation in 1532. Situated at the beginning of the Rue Montorgueil and right next to Les Halles, Saint-Eustache has been at the center of Parisian activity for over 800 years. Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of Saint-Eustache is its enormous pipe organ with over 8,000 pipes recently improved in 1989. While this beautiful church is hard to miss among the throngs of shoppers, its definitely worth while to stop in especially on Saturdays at 6pm and Sundays at 11am and 6pm.
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