Saint-Phillipe du Roule is located just west of Paris' center. It serves Metro Line 1 and is within fare zone 1. The station was first opened in 1923.
It is named after the small village of Roule, that was officially deemed a suburb in 1722. The first half of the name hails from Saint-Phillipe who lived in the locale in the 12th century. He was the patron saint of goldsmith's and metalworker's.
Shortly after Roule was given over to suburbia the small chapel, that was located near a leper colony, was replaced by the church of Saint-Phillipe du Roule in 1774 – 1784. Architect Jean Chalgrin built it in Greco Roman style and it features work from French sculpture Francois-Joseph Duret.
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