Église Saint-Pierre de Montrouge

Architecture & Buildings

Europe, France, Paris

Saint-Pierre-de-Montrouge is a 19th century church in Paris, in the Petit-Montrouge quarter of the XIVe arrondissement. It was built from 1863, during Hausmann's redesign of the city, by Joseph Auguste Émile Vaudremer, the architect charged with designing the 14e arrondissement. It occupies a triangular site bounded by the avenue du Maine and the avenue du général-Leclerc, and its bell-tower faces the quarter's central square.