Local nameÉglise Saint-Nicolas du Chardonnet
Location5th arrondissement of Paris, France

Saint-Nicolas du Chardonnet is a Catholic church in the centre of Paris, France, in the 5th arrondissement. It was constructed between 1656 and 1763. The facade was designed in the classical style by Charles Le Brun. It contains many notable art works from the 19th century, including a rare religious painting by Jean-Baptiste Corot.

Since the expulsion of the parish priest and his assistants by traditionalist Catholics in 1977, the church has been run by the Society of St. Pius X, which celebrates Traditional Latin Masses there.

Tags Roman CatholicPlace of WorshipWheelchair AccessibleChristianChurchHeritage
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Phone +33144270790

Coordinates 48°50'56.952" N 2°21'1.196" E

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