Only slightly smaller than Notre Dame, Saint-Sulpice is filled with art, sculptures, history, mystery, and, to top it off, a pipe organ with over 6,500 pipes. Constructed in the 13th century and largely renovated in 1631, Saint-Sulpice masterfully incorporates many elements of Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Along with the pipe organ, paintings, and giant clam shells (which form the holy water font) is the mystery associated with the famous Dan Brown book, The Da Vinci Code. However, Saint-Sulpice has had to remind visitors that the events of the book are purely fiction.
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