The Grand Organ at St. Sulpice Church has an ornate design, 5 keyboards, 7000 pipes, a history that goes back 300 years and has been played by a succession of world class organists. The church was featured in The Da Vinci Code.
St. Sulpice Church Altar and Dome
St. Sulpice was founded in 1646 and is the second largest church in Paris. It was a worn, eerie, gritty atmosphere, has been linked to a fictitious 900-year-old secret society called the Priory of Sion, and was featured as a setting in the movie of Dan Brown’s "The Da Vinci Code".