Located in Franz-Liszt Square, in the 10th district of Paris, St. Vincent de Paul Church was built in the first half of the 19th century. It takes place on the old Saint-Lazare enclosure formerly occupied by Saint Vincent de Paul and the Congregation of the Mission.
Listed as a Historical Monument, it presents a facade marrying several architectural styles, including a portico borrowed from the Greeks. Its interior decoration is inspired by that of the Roman basilicas. One can admire a frieze of Hippolyte Flandrin throughout the nave, a neo-Byzantine vault, a beautiful ordeal or stained glass by Laurent-Charles Maréchal.