On top of Montmartre Hill on the outskirts of Paris, there is a beautiful church called the Sacre Coeur. This baroque church architecture can even be seen from the sidelines on the streets of Paris in the Champs Elysees. The church is close to the Pigalle area, the red district of Paris. This is the nightlife area, where there is one of the legendary cabaret club, the Moulin Rouge.
Entering this area, also through a small alley that is right-left full of souvenir kiosks, mostly owned by immigrants from Morocco. Since the Sacre Coeur church is located on a hill, its contour path is uphill. To reach the top of the hill, visitors are given a choice, go up the stairs with dozens of stairs or elevated outdoor elevators shaped like a gondola.
In the courtyard of the Sacre Coeur on Montmartre (Mount of Martyr), you can see the city of Paris below. Built in 1875, this Roman Catholic basilica is called Sacred Coeur or Sacred Heart because it is dedicated to the sacred and loving heart of Jesus. Pope John Paul II also made a pilgrimage to this basilica on June 1, 1980.
Inside, there is a wall painting above the ceiling depicting Jesus with a glowing heart. The tourists and pilgrims are allowed into the Sacre Coeur church, just looking around to pray. The condition, must be polite and do not be noisy. If you want to take pictures, do not use flash. If not, get ready to be reprimanded even expelled by the church guard.