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The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre, called the National Vow, located at the top of the hill Montmartre, in the district of Clignancourt in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, is a major Parisian religious building, "sanctuary of Eucharistic adoration and the divine mercy "and property of the archdiocese of Paris.

The construction of this church, both a political and cultural monument, follows the post-war period of 1870. It is declared a public utility by a law passed on July 24, 1873 by the National Assembly of 1871; its construction was completed in 1914. It is part of the context of sacral recharge and as part of a new "moral order" 2 following the events of the Paris Commune, Montmartre was one of the highlights. Its location at 130 m altitude near one of the highest points of Paris, and its dome which rises to 83 meters, make it visible from very far. With nearly eleven million pilgrims and visitors a year, it is the second most visited religious monument in Paris after Notre-Dame.
(WIKIPEDIA)

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