Eglise Saint Louis

Grenoble, France

Eglise Saint Louis


Saint-Louis Church (French: Église Saint-Louis de Grenoble), is a Roman Catholic church in Grenoble, France.

At the request of the bishop Étienne Le Camus, the first stone of Saint-Louis church was built between 1689 and 1699. Claude Mollard, a king's engineer and local architect, drew up the plans according to the classical French style. For reasons of economy, the architecture is deliberately sober.

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