Église St-Louis en l'Île


French baroque Église St-Louis en l’Île was built between 1664 and 1726 and renovated in 2022. It hosts classical music and organ concerts and offers a free guided tour of its interior (in French and English) one Sunday a month at 3pm; check the agenda online.

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