Construction of Saint-Sulpice was started in 1646
by Christophe Gamart, then continued by Louis Le Vau. Italian architect Giovanni Nicolo Servandoni was commissioned to build the façade, he built it in the classical style. As originally designed, a huge pediment crowned the top of the façade, but the pediment was destroyed by lightning and never rebuilt.
Take a look at the pictures I’ve taken on trips to Italy
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