L’église de la Madeleine Church in Paris of France

L’église de la Madeleine or L’église Sainte-Marie-Madeleine is open daily from 9.30 am – 19.00 pm with no holiday. You can get to this place by use subway train in Paris and take off at Madeleine Station.

Église de la Madeleine located in Paris and is one of the most important places when you visit France. This is the Roman Catholic Church created by Napoleon Emperor 1 with the original name “Temple de la Gloire de la Grande Armée”. This church was dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene who was Jesus followers. The La Madlan church is not like any other church because no crucifix or bell tower inside. Outside the building create like the exterior of Greek temple but inside was Gothic church style. You will see 52 pillars of cristians and each of them have 20 meters high. Around the church will see sculptures of “The Last Judgment”. They also have “The Ten Commandments of rule.

Within the Église de la Madeleine will see the three domes that blend between Roman and Renaissance art with the statue of Saint Mary Magdalene. In this church and around are organ from the lasts of year 1845.

If you want to visit this place can visit together with La Gondier Square because the La Madlan church located in the 8th district which is adjacent to the side of De La Gondier Square (Plus de Languedoc) on the south side. The east side is face to area of the Vong Dome.

Biography of St. Mary Magdalene

St. Mary Magdalene, the patron saint of women, was a close friend and disciple of Jesus Christ who lived during the 1st century in Galilee (then part of the ancient Roman Empire and now part of Israel). Saint Mary Magdalene is one of the most famous women of the Bible. She was dramatically transformed during her life from a person who was possessed by demons to someone who became a close friend of the person whom Christians believe was God himself. St. Mary Magdalene is that patron saint of women, converts to Christianity, people who enjoy contemplating God’s mysteries, people who are persecuted for their piety, people who are penitent about their sins, people who struggle with sexual temptation, apothecaries, glove makers, hairdressers, perfume makers, pharmacists, reformed prostitutes, tanners, and various places and churches worldwide. source by

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