The Church Notre-Dame-de-Lorette is a neoclassical church in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Construction of the church began in 1823 under the reign of Louis XVIII and was completed in 1836 under the reign of Louis-Philippe. An earlier chapel of the same name was situated at 54 rue Lamartine but was destroyed during the French Revolution. In 1821, plans were made to rebuild Norte-Dame-de-Lorette, with Louis-Hippolyte Lebas the sole architect.
Originally, the church was planned to face northward towards Montmartre, but eventually faced southward towards Rue Laffitte. Two notable figures in French culture were baptized at Notre-Dame-de-Lorette. Musician Georges Bizet received his baptism at the church on March 16, 1840, while painter Claude Monet was baptized on May 20, 1841.