Église Saint-Paul (Neustadt) (Strasbourg)/en

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Date de construction 1892 à 1897
Architecte Louis Müller
Structure Lieu de culte (église, temple, synagogue, mosquée)
Courant architectural Néogothique

Date de démolition 1944

Date de construction 1954 à 1955
Architecte François Herrenschmidt

Date de restauration 6/2009 à 2014
Architecte Christophe Bottineau

Classement Monument Historique 4/5/1998
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St Paul’s Church

Sitting at the tip of the island of Sainte-Hélène, St Paul’s Church was built for the Protestant garrison of Strasbourg and, with the river Ill and its banks, offers an imposing sight. Designed in the neo-Gothic style by architect Louis Müller and built between 1890 to 1997, it can accommodate up to 2000 worshippers. The two spires stretch up 76 metres and between them sits a giant rose window, 8 metres in diameter, while inside can be seen a splendid Walcker organ. The church still has some of its original stained-glass windows, illustrated mainly with allegories of the Empire and the arms of the regions within it. Nowadays, St Paul’s is a reformed Protestant church1


  1. Totem patrimoniaux (Strasbourg), 2020, traduction de la Ville de Strasbourg

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