Église Saint-Ambroise

As soon as you exit the metro, the magnificent Saint-Ambroise church stands in front of travelers. Its first bell tower was built in 1659, then completely reinvented in 1868, giving an architectural combination of neo-Gothic and neo-Byzantine. Besides its particular aesthetic, this church played an important historical role during the Paris Commune in 1871, regularly hosting a proletarian and feminist club who could meet there.

You will also have the opportunity to take a look at the Jardin Des Moines Tibhirine, a community garden located in front of the church, giving the neighborhood a rustic feel.

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Address71 bis Boulevard Voltaire, Paris, 75011, France
Phone01 43 55 56 18