The Church of St Eustace is a church in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. With 8,000 pipes, the organ is reputed to be the largest pipe organ in France. The organ originally constructed by P.-A. Ducroquet was powerful enough for the premiere of Hector Berlioz' titanic Te Deum in 1855. The present organ was designed by Jean-Louis Coignet & dates from 1989 when it was almost entirely rebuilt by Dutch firm Van Den Heuvel, retaining a few ranks of pipes from the former organ & the wooden buffet
The Arp Schnitger organ in St. Jacobi Church, Hamburg, (St James' Church), one of the five Hauptkirchen of Hamburg, is a world-famous monument of North-German organ building, & the largest surviving baroque organ in Northern Europe. The St Jacobi organ, sited in the west gallery, has 60 stops (registers) & around 4000 pipes, the oldest of which is from 1512. Over 80% of the pipes are from 1693 or earlier. The case of the organ shows clearly the manual & pedal divisions.