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Large Stag Pays Its Respects Inside Paris Church

Stag in Paris Church

An impressive stag made himself at home inside a historic Paris church.

Eglise Saint-Eustache is listed as one of the most visited churches in Paris. Set in the heart of the city, the historic church has had such visitors as Louis XIV and Mozart. It was originally built in 1532 and restored again in 1840. In all those years, there may not have been a guest like the one who visited recently. In the video below, an impressive stag can be seen wandering around the cathedral.

It’s worth pointing out the reverence the animal appears to have while visiting the church!

No details are available as to how the majestic creature arrived in the church.

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Large Stag Pays Its Respects Inside Paris Church