Former site of Benedictines, the convent of Bon-Secours reveals its remains rue de Charonne, in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. Built between the seventeenth and eighteenth century, it is vandalized during the events of the French Revolution, closed, and sold as a national good.
Occupied by a cotton mill from the early nineteenth century, it hosts a few years later a school of industrial arts and commerce. Transformed mid-century into a hospice, the buildings are then rented to a Protestant church. Originally, there are now only a few facades, as well as marquetry floors. These last ones were registered with the Historical Monuments.