Through My Lens: Église Saint-Séverin

Saint-Séverin is a small church in the 5e arrondissement of Paris. Tucked away in a corner of the Latin Quarter, the building was almost destroyed by fire during the Hundred Years War, and was used to store gunpowder during the French Revolution. It’s one of my favourite Parisian churches, and is my photo choice for the Fifth Sunday of Lent.

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