TabsImagesYour browser does not support iframes, but you can use the following link. Link Search Gallery Panoramas Search this Gallery VR Tour Your browser does not support iframes, but you can use the following link. Link Historical Images and Plans Search this Gallery Displaying 1 - 1 of 1 Description Date Begun ca. 1220 History The village, of ancient foundation is known from its location by the great southern aquaduct of Paris; the parish was one of 21 parishes created in the thirteenth century in the diocsese of Paris. Plan A box-like shape some 30 m long and 13m wide with nine bays; a central vessel flanked by aisles, no transept and a flat east end. Chronology The church was begun at the east end in the first quarter of the thirteenth century. The western bays of the nave were rebuilt in the later middle ages Elevation Three stories: the supports are cylindrical columns with crocket capitals, the middle level as a gallery with triple opening and the clerestory, closely linked with the gallery, is an oculus. There is an unusual relieving arch behind the triple opening of the gallery: the arch carries a narrow exterior clerestory passage 10m high Location BibliographyLheure, M., Le rayonnement de Notre-Dame de Paris dans ses paroisses 1170-1300, Paris, 2010, 174-182.