Saint-Etienne Protestant Church

This neo-gothic reformed church, designed by the architect Jean-Baptiste Schacre, is the tallest Protestant building in France. Built on the site of the former Catholic parish church dating back to 1305, it inherited its magnificent stained-glass windows, created between 1324 and 1351 which depict scenes from the New and the Old Testament. Unique in France, the Saint-Etienne Protestant Church is the only church with a gallery enabling visitors to get up close to the stained glass-windows to appreciate their finesse and their beauty.

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