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Church of Saint-Pierre Saint-Paul

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About : Church of Saint-Pierre Saint-Paul

Placed under the protection of Saint Pierre and Saint Paul, the church, a listed
building, houses the tombs of Empress Josephine and her daughter, Queen Hortense who expressed the desire to be buried beside her mother.

Josephine’s tomb, made of Carrara marble, was completed in 1825 and is decorated with a statue by Cartellier. The statue represents the Empress kneeling, recalling, as desired by her children, David’s famous painting “The Coronation of Napoleon”.

One can also admire the beautiful church organ case offered by Napoleon III and signed Bacchio d’Agniolo and the beautiful bas-relief of the altar in gilded bronze designed in the 12th century by François Anguier for the Church of Val de Grace in Paris.

Historic site and monument

Place de l'Eglise 92500 Rueil-Malmaison France

Phone : 01 47 08 24 22


All year round, daily between 8 AM and 7 PM.

Period: Autumn, Summer, Winter, Spring


Free entry.


Spoken languages : French

Services : Pokestop


Groups visits : Unguided group tours available permanently , Guided group tours on request

Individual Visit : Unguided individual tours available permanently , Guided individual tours on request

Client and group

Accepted animals : no


RER A / Rueil-Malmaison station and then bus n°144 : ‘Eglise de Rueil’ bus stop.

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