Trois couleurs: Blanc

Where was Three Colors: White filmed

Poster Three Colors: White 1994

1994, #Comedy #Drama #Romance
Filming country: #France #Poland

Three Colors: White was filmed in Paris, France.


Saint-Vincent-de-Paul Church

Square Cavaillé-Coll, 75010 Paris, France

Scene where The Polish Karol marries the French Dominique in Paris.

Scene was shot The Church of Saint-Vincent-de-Paul is a church in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. The church is dedicated to Saint Vincent de Paul, a French Catholic priest who dedicated himself to serving the poor. He was born on 24th April 1581 and dies in 1660 on 23 September. The church was built during 1824–44, on the site of the ancient Saint-Lazare prison enclosure. The design and the initial phases of its construction were entrusted to the French architect Jean-Baptiste Lepère.

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['48.8787231445313', '2.35186719894409']


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Place de Clichy

Place de Clichy, 75017 Paris, France

Scene where Karol and Nikolaj meet in the subway station. Karol is playing a Polish song Nikolaj recognizes. They spend some time together.

Scene was shot Place de Clichy is a station of the Paris Métro, serving Paris Metro Line 2 and Line 13. The station was opened on 7 October 1902. The Place was named after the Barrière de Clichy, a gate built on the road to the village of Clichy. The gate itself was built between 1784 and 1788 and demolished in the 19th century. The station has three entrances: at Place de Clichy, on Rue Blot and Rue Caulaincourt.

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GPS: ['48.8837203979492', '2.32699656486511']


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Palace of Justice Paris

10 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris, France

Scene where Karol is looking for the court he has to report to because his wife wants a divorce. A bird shits on his shoulder as he is entering the building.

Scene was shot The Palais de Justice, formerly the Palais de la Cité, is a courthouse in Paris. It houses both the Court of Appeal of Paris, the busiest appellate court in France, and France's highest court for ordinary cases, the Court of Cassation. Among the oldest surviving buildings of the Palais de la Cité are the Sainte Chapelle (built c. 1240, during the reign of Louis IX) and the Conciergerie, a former prison, now a museum, where Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned before being executed on the guillotine. From the sixteenth century to the French Revolution this was the seat of the Parlement de Paris.

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GPS: ['48.8554992675781', '2.34578156471252']


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