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Notre Dame Quarter Kids & Family Tour with Skip-the-Line Sainte Chapelle

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Notre-Dame Island, Sainte-Chapelle & Conciergerie: Guided Tour

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Panthéon + Sainte Chapelle

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Paris-Seine Pass

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About: Sainte-Chapelle

Sainte-Chapelle is a Gothic-style royal chapel, known for its magnificent stained glass windows and for housing the Crown of Thorns. It is located on the Île de la Cité, in Paris.

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Sainte-Chapelle
8 Boulevard du Palais, 75001, Paris
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An Insider’s Guide to Appreciating Sainte-Chapelle’s Stained Glass Windows

We spoke to Christopher Wride, who's an expert on all things Sainte-Chapelle, to know the secrets behind the Sainte-Chapelle and its famous windows.

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