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pilgrimage_france_Amiens
The largest gothic cathedral
The Cathedral of Notre Dame, 1 ½ hours from Paris and from Lille, in the heart of Picardy, is a magnificent Gothic structure that strikes one by the unity of its construction. It was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site...
pilgrimage_france_Chartres
High place for pilgrimage
One hour west of Paris, Chartres is known for its cathedral as well as for the annual pilgrimage at Pentecost when several thousand university students come together, walking more than 80 kms in 3 days. The Chartres Cathedral continues to be...
pilgrimage_france_Laon
A model for cathedrals
The Laon Cathedral is in northern France, less than one hour from Reims and 1 ¾ from Paris. One of the first cathedrals to be built in the Gothic style, it was the model for the construction of the cathedral of Chartres...
pilgrimage_france_Paris
The most famous cathedral in France
The best known cathedral in France is in the historic heart of Paris, on the island of Ile de la Cité. The project to build this splendid cathedral began in 1160. The bishop of Paris wanted for his diocese a new...
pilgrimage_france_Reims
Master-piece of Gothic art and the cradle of the of the coronation of kings
The Reims Cathedral is one of the first monuments to have been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. About 1 million people come here each year. Built between 1211 and 1516, it is one of the most beautiful examples...
pilgrimage_france_Strasbourg
One of the highest cathedrals in France
Strasbourg is in the east of France near the border with Germany. It has the second highest cathedral in France (146 meters high) and, along with the center of town, is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site since 1988...
pilgrimage_france_Bordeaux
In the heart of the city listed by UNESCO
The Saint André Cathedral is in the historic center of Bordeaux, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Not only is it a cathedral but it is also carries the title of Primatial See (seat of the highest ranking bishop...
pilgrimage_france_Bourges
Jewel of Gothic art in France
Bourges is in the center of France, 2 ½ hours south of Paris. Its cathedral is a true treasure, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1992. The area surrounding it has special charm with its medieval half-timbered houses...
pilgrimage_france_Lisieux
Normandy architecture
Lisieux is a small town in the heart of Normandy, one hour east of Caen and south of Le Havre. The Saint Pierre Cathedral was built here in the 13th century, the first religious Gothic monument in the region. This cathedral...
pilgrimage_france_Nevers
The stone tells us the story
Nevers is 2 hours north of Clermont-Ferrand and 2 ½ hours from Paris. Pilgrims come here from around the world. Saint Bernadette of Lourdes lived here in the convent of the Daughters of Charity for the last years of her life...
pilgrimage_france_paris
Royal necropolis
In the northern suburb of Paris is hidden a jewel of French Christian royalty. This cathedral-basilica holds the tombs of the numerous kings of France and has the name of the patron saint of Paris: Saint Denis. Evangelized in the...
pilgrimage_france_lyon
In the heart of Old Lyon
The Cathedral Saint Jean is in the heart of Lyon, a city rich in historic heritage. A city of martyrs, such as Saint Blandina, it is also known as the Primatial of the Gauls. Founded in the 12th century Lyon hosted...
pilgrimage_france_Beauvais
Lace in white stone in the highest choir in the world
The Beauvais Cathedral, one hour north of Paris, strikes the eye by its whiteness and its grand architecture. Work began in 1225 with the bishop wanting to create a monument that would be the most majestic in Christianity. His ambition was...
pilgrimage_france_Albi
The largest cathedral in brick in the world
Saint Cecile Cathedral is in the center of Albi, a medieval town 1 hour from Toulouse. It is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site and is one of the most visited in France. For feast days the members of...