Reformed Protestants very quickly adopted the term temple, which has remained a specificity of French Calvinism.
The interior design of Protestant temples is based on two simple principles: convenience and austerity. These two principles preside over the layout of the premises, the choice of furniture, the decoration and the objects present.
Part of the French Protestant heritage is found in museums and historical societies and in private homes, in the form of objects, but French Protestantism is above all rich in its history, in written form, the fruit of past and present research.
Sculpture, engraving, painting... Discover Protestant artists.