_MG_4759 - Converging Lines of St. Vincent de Paul Church
The Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul (Les Réformés) is a Roman Catholic church in Marseille, France. The church building itself was designed by the architect François Reybaud and the abbey Joseph-Guillaume Pougnet, and built from 1855 to 1886. It is neogothic, with ogival curbs in the ceiling. The architects took inspiration from the Reims Cathedral and the Amiens Cathedral.