City Districts of and Churches of Versailles!

Well what else. I need to bring you up to speed on this historical ,Royal and magical town of France. Of course, my beloved Versailles. Usually, cities are divided into districts and then neighborhoods and they give you a feeling of an idea of where you are going. There is a spiritual feeling visiting a new place so much rich in Religion over the centuries even with distractors ,it is still strong here.

The French won’t openly tells you about these things of Church relation, but once you get to know them as I do, been one adopted French with a French family going back thousands of years and working here among them, yes they do, and they follow traditions.

I did a blog post on the Churches of Versailles, a while back. To my pleasant surprise still rank as the most view post in my blog, not only by a few but 972 views! one blog post! So I give it to you again here:

Versailles and its historical churches :

I believe I have given you all the main ones above, but here they are mention for reference and the curiosity to see them while visiting Versailles; as I always said, Versailles is a lot more than a Castle. The main Churches here are:
Saint Louis Cathedral,4 Place Saint-Louis
Chapelle de l’Ermitage, 1 Rue de l’Ermitage
Chapelle du Château, inside the Château de Versailles
Chapelle du Couvent des Sœurs servantes du Sacré Cœur,109 Avenue de Paris
Chapelle du Lycée Notre-Dame du Grandchamp,(chapel in a historic high school),97 Rue Royale
Chapelle du lycée Sainte-Geneviève (chapel in a historic high school),2 rue de l’Ecole-des-Postes
Chapelle Notre-Dame de l’Espérance, 37 rue du Maréchal Joffre
Chapelle Notre-Dame des Armées (military chapel),4 impasse des Gendarmes
Chapelle Saint-François de Sales,9 Rue de l’École des Postes
Chapelle Saint-Joseph de Glatigny,29 Boulevard de Glatigny
Chapelle Saint-Maurice de la caserne Satory (Fesch), (military chapel)De la Martinière (Satory)
Église adventiste (Adventist Church), 22 rue des Réservoirs
Eglise du Couvent des Récollets, 9 rue des Récollets
Église Évangélique de Pentecôte(evangelical Pentecost) ,15 bis rue du Parc de Clagny
Église Évangélique du Nazareen, 15 rue du Peintre Lebrun
Notre Dame Church, 35 Rue de la Paroisse
Église Saint-Michel de Porchefontaine, 8 Rue des Célestins
Église Saint-Symphorien,2 Place Saint-Symphorien
Eglise Sainte-Bernadette,7 Rue Saint-Nicolas
Eglise Sainte-Elisabeth de Hongrie,25 Rue des Chantiers
Eglise Sainte-Jeanne d’Arc, Place Elisabeth Brasseur
Mosquée de Versailles, 31 rue Jean Mermoz
Synagogue,10 Rue Albert Joly
Temple protestant, 3 rue Hoche

Ok so I think these are all. My blog post concentrate on the most popular ones above.

The districts/neighborhoods of Versailles are Bernard de Jussieu-Petits Bois-Picardie , Chantiers, Clagny-Glatigny, Montreuil, Notre-Dame (my old neighborhood), Porchefontaine, Saint-Louis, Satory, and Instance du château(the castle).

Here is the city of Versailles with a pretty good map of them.

And this is my blog post on them:

You now know your bearing, walk them, they are all history and beautiful. My VERSAILLES.

Have a great weekend and happy travels with good health for all. Cheers!!

6 Comments to “City Districts of and Churches of Versailles!”

  1. I visited Versailles forty years ago in 1978…


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