This temple is sapporled by 120 massive pillars, of which ^5 zre detached, and tlie others built in the walls.
The number of columns in the aisles and upper galleries is ^gy^ eaieh of a single stone.
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Cabinet of Medals and Antiques, and Cabinet of Engravings at the Bib Uothcque du Roi, Tuesdays and Fridays, from ten o'clock till two. Foreigners daily, from twelve to four o'clock, on pro- dacing passport. Oratoieb, rne St.-Honore, three in English, also at ten on the first Sunday of every month. Tke draidi of St.-Eustaehe may be considered as tlie transitioti kon the Gothic to the Greek and Roman styles of ardutedare, as it presents some fine atid delicate or* ■ajne Dl B,noknovm to the ancient Gothic.
Students and Authors e^ery day, except Sundays and Ho Uda^fs. Hotel Maebosuf, Champs Elysees, morning, half past eleven; evening, in summer six, in winter three. In the churclies of Paris it is easy to distinguish four ov^ five different styles of architecture, which bear the im-du-Mont, which is Digitized by Google no Tms-PAJi B. Several of these edifices arc dishgared by modern fronts.