Église Saint-Eugène-Sainte-Cécile

Local nameÉglise Saint-Eugène Sainte-Cécile
LocationParis, France

Église Saint-Eugène-Sainte-Cécile is a Roman Catholic church located at 6 rue Sainte-Cécile in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. In 1983 it was designated as a monument historique in its entirety. Designed in the Neo-Gothic style by Louis-Auguste Boileau and Louis-Adrien Lusson, the church was the first in France to use an entirely iron-framed construction. The first stone was laid in 1854, and the building was completed in 1855.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Église_Saint-Eugène-Sainte-Cécile

Official Website http://www.saint-eugene.net/

Email secretariat@saint-eugene.net

Phone +33 1 48 24 70 25

Address 6 Rue du Conservatoire, Paris 75009, France

Coordinates 48°52'24.026" N 2°20'49.823" E

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