This neo-Gothic Reformed temple, designed by architect Jean-Baptiste Schacre, is the highest Protestant building in France. Built between 1858 and 1868 on the site of a 12th-century church, it inherited its magnificent stained glass windows, made between 1324 and 1351. The scenes are borrowed from the New and Old Testaments. These stained glass windows are visible from the nave.
- Guided tours in French, German and English
- Parking cars and buses
St. Stephen’s Temple is currently closed for construction. Reopening date to be announced.
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