Saint Pantaleon Church – Troyes, France


Saint Pantaleon (16 – 18th C.) is the parish of the 
Polish community of Troyes.


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25 thoughts on “Saint Pantaleon Church – Troyes, France

  1. Magnificent architecture and incredibly beautiful captures for the day, Leia! It is indeed awesome and it is indeed hard to envision just how someone creates something this grand! Superb! Hope you and Cezar have a wonderful weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. I've been to Troyes, but only for a very short time, and had not time to visit such places; I'm glad you did it, so when I return, I will know where to go..This church is so impressive!

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  3. Cette église est absolument splendide. Je ne suis allée qu'une fois à Troyes, pour un mariage il y a très, très longtemps mais ce n'était pas un mariage dans une église…
    Tu m'as beaucoup fait rire avec ton commentaire sur la spécialité culinaire de Troyes ! 🙂

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  4. Totally amazing. The money that went into building this must have been enormous in it day and it must have taken decades to complete.

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  5. These old churches and cathedrals always boggle my mind… that so much was accomplished with what today would be considered essentially no technology or mechanical assistance.

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  6. Nice pictures ! I always get angry when I see these cathedrals, instead of feeding the hungry population they built churches ! I am sure that Jesus doesn't agree with that at all !

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  7. Beautiful church, I wonder what is the strange turret in the last photo. this Saint would be alittle problematci here in Italy, there are alot of jokes about his name…

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