Saint-Nicholas-des-Champs, Paris

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Church of Saint-Nicholas-des-Champs, Paris

The Church of Saint-Nicholas-des-Champs (Église Saint-Nicholas-des-Champs) is a Catholic church in Paris' Third arrondissement. The building in Flamboyant Gothic style dates from the 12th, 15th and 17th centuries. The parish is associated with the charismatic Emmanuel Community.

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The present organ is a 17th-century instrument rebuilt in 1777 by François-Henri Clicquot and further modified in 1930, when a récit expresif was added. Among the organists who worked at the church were Nicolas Gigault (1652–1707), Etienne Richard (1651–1669), Louis Braille (1834–1839) and Michel Chapuis (1954–1972).

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Coordinates: 48°51′55″N 2°21′14″E / 48.8653°N 2.35389°E / 48.8653; 2.35389