Danny Wilten – Orion Nebula In Church Of Saint Merri (1500 – 1550)

From: 5T4RSCREAM233 | Mar 2, 2012  | 632 views

The Church of Saint-Merri (Église Saint-Merri) is a small church in Paris, located on the busy street Rue Saint Martin, on the Right Bank. The church is dedicated to the 8th-century Abbot of Autun Abbey, Medericus, who went to Paris on pilgrimage and later died there. In 884 Medericus, also known as ‘Merry’ was acclaimed patron saint of the right bank. The present church was built between 1500 and 1550. The style is 16th-century Gothic, with many features influenced by the English Perpendicular style


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