The Church of Saint-Louis-des-Chartrons is a Roman Catholic church located in Bordeaux, France. It is a gothic revival church dedicated to Saint Louis, king of France (1214–1270).
Saint-Louis Church was built between 1874 and 1880 following the plans of Pierre-Charles Brun. Consecration occurred in 1895 by Mgr Lecot. It is 60.35 meters long by 23 meters wide and 22.26 meters high under vaults. The high towers measure 58 meters and are visible from all over the city above the elegant quartier des Chartrons (Chartrons district), on the north of Place des Quinconces.
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