The Church of Saint-Leu-Saint-Gilles (French: Église Saint-Leu-Saint-Gilles) is a church in Paris.

Originally consisting of the Saint-Gilles chapel, which was named for Saint Giles, the building was expanded to become to become the Saint-Leu church, named for Saint Lupus of Sens. Since 1320, it was situated along the lively rue Saint-Denis. Although the church has been reworked extensively and repeatedly since then, the façade remains the only component of architectural significance.


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