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Online jigsaw of Eglise Saint-Eustache church. Located in Paris France, this church is an example of Gothic architecture.

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elijah13
Jun 14, 2017
A pretty church.
gtx1209
Mar 11, 2017
Simply beautiful
jas6415
Mar 8, 2017
Beautiful structure. I love old churches and castles
mamag15
Jan 23, 2017
It's not the size of the church, it's the size of the sermon. Just popped in my head when I saw this beautiful church.
ParsonWayne
Jan 23, 2017
I have served some large churches, and they usually take a lot of maintenance and a large congregation to afford those repairs. But REALLY, the church is not the building, but the people who make up the congregation.
This is a really beautiful cathedral. I would also like to see the inside.
trynfindit
Jan 23, 2017
To my hubby and I tiny churches are much more spiritual than the large ones.
JAMP124
Jan 23, 2017
We are the church.
aussiesapphire
Jan 23, 2017
AMEN to that jamp and PW. Hugs.
marine5153
Jan 23, 2017
Parson Wayne, I attend a Cathedral which was built in 1861. The parish was actually founded on the banks of the Missouri River in 1845. And, yes, it DOES take big bucks to keep it in repair. It must have taken lots of generous folks to put up the money to build it.
aknan
Jan 23, 2017
One of the most spiritual churches I've been in was a Catholic mission in New Mexico. It was built in the late 1700s; the original cedar floor is still in place - planks that are at least 8"x8" - and you can see the wear from generations of footprints. Services are still held, but there are no pews. Once a year, the parishioners gather and clean the entire church, then give it a fresh coat of whitewash. You could literally feel the holiness of this small, plain place of worship.
mamag15
Jan 24, 2017
Parson Wayne and Jamp, I agree with you both. People make the church no matter how big or small. It is God's house and we are to honor Him in it and everywhere we go. God bless and have a God filled day.
Coravee
Jan 26, 2017
That is a good thought. I belong to a large church that grew from tony over the space of 50 years. I would never never have chosen large over small, but now I can see the blessings of both. They have their place and their programs. Some programs can only be supported by a large church, and some are extremely well done by some small churches. Almost all our churches in our small county work together well, for which I am thankful.
trynfindit
Jan 27, 2017
I don't know if any of the comments were in response to my saying that we prefer tiny churches to large ones. I was talking about the BUILDINGS not the people.
mamag15
Jan 27, 2017
Trynfindit, I understand what you were saying. A small church is so quaint, especially an old country church. Big churches are beautiful too, but I prefer the smaller ones. Have a blessed day.
retirenow14
Jan 27, 2017
Very true. mamag15, I just marvel at what the stonemasons, carpenters, etc of old were able to accomplish with inferior tools, but far more skill than many of our modern workmen employ. Remember, , that many were doing it for God, as well as money to support their families.
Coravee
Jan 26, 2017
So very, extremely beautiful. Thanks C4J for showing us this beauty. You take me places I will never see in any other way. There is such beauty around the world.
tearamissty2003
Jan 26, 2017
What an beautiful church, would love to attend a service there.
Have a wonderful day!
pixipixil
Jan 23, 2017
Not light like most Gothic Cathedrals. Probably tarted to be built during the Romanesque period (note the rounded arch windows on the lower level) but was completed during teh Gothic (upper level has the flying butresses and pointed arch windows of the Gothic.
I wouldn't have thought it was French if the description hadn't said so. Gorgeous church. Will google it to see the inside.
Wishing you a day of successfully blended styles.
pixipixil
Jan 23, 2017
Started
pixipixil
Jan 23, 2017
Well my dates are off about the idea it was started in the Romanesque period. It was built solidly during the Gothic BUT if you look at other churches of the Romanesque you can see a number of the features in this church. They say the architect is unknown but venture a possible Italian. I'd be inclined to choose him over the French. But obviously I'm no expert.
juddj64
Jan 24, 2017
Sounds logical to me.
pixipixil
Jan 24, 2017
Thanks, Juddj. When you can see a logical pattern it's hard to acept a different outcome.
Eveningstar
Jan 24, 2017
Beautiful.
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