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World heritage of the Cistercian monks
Situated north-east of Dijon, the Abbey of Fontenay is one of the oldest monasteries of the Cistercian order. Founded in 1118 by Saint Bernard, it is still intact after eight centuries of history. Harmony, simplicity and sparseness recall the spirit...
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Martyrdom of Saint Savin and Saint Cyprian
To the east of Poitiers is the Abbey of Saint Savin, built in the 9th century on the spot where relics of Saint Savin and Saint Cyprian were found. These two saints were brothers who fled from their native Italy to...
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Apparition of the Archangel Saint Michel
Unavoidable destination of your religious travel in France, The Mont Saint Michel is a charming village with stone houses and narrow streets, built on a rock off the coast of Normandy, surrounded by one of the world's largest bays. The...
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Royal Benedictine abbey
In the heart of the city of Reims, called the “city of the kings”, is the ancient abbey Saint Remi of Reims made of a museum and of a basilica listed by UNESCO in 1991 as a World Heritage site. The...
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Town of World Heritage
Few towns can boast having as many UNESCO World Heritage sites and Historic Monuments. In the heart of Provence Arles is 1 hour from Marseille. It is one of the architectural treasures of the Roman world in France and a UNESCO...
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The hill of Fourvière dominates the city of Lyon, and has been since antiquity a unique place of prayer for the people of Lyon who call it “the hill that prays”. It is here, site of the martyrdom of Saint...
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Martyrdom of Saint Saturnin
Situated in the heart of the city of Toulouse, the basilica Saint-Sernin of Toulouse is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site because it is a halt on one of the ways to Santiago de Compostela in France. Symbol...
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Medieval town in the heart of Burgundy
Vézelay, a charming medieval town, situated in the heart of Burgundy, is 2 ½ hours from Paris and from Lyon. There are many signs of its medieval past with its historical town center on the side of the hill and its...
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Europe’s most beautiful lagoon
A natural site of exceptional beauty, the basin of Arcachon is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Situated 1 hour from Bordeaux and 5 ½ hours from Paris, in the heart of the forest of the Landes, this lagoon is...
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Dolmens and menhirs
The alignments of Carnac are situated in Brittany on the Morbihan Gulf , 4 hours from Paris and 2 ½ hours from Mont Saint Michel. These exceptional megalithic alignments of dolmens and menhirs cover more than 4 kilometers, in several sites. The alignments...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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Treasure for humanity
Discovered in 1994, the cave of Chauvet is, along with the cave of Lascaux, one of the treasures of prehistoric art. There are 420 paintings and embossed engravings of animals such as horses, bison, lions, rhinoceros and mammoths. The cave of...
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Versailles of prehistory
The cave of Lascaux is one of the most important Paleolithic caves, as much for the number as for the esthetic quality of the paintings. Situated in the Dordogne, 1 hour from the sanctuary of Rocamadour and 5 hours from Paris...
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Jewel of Renaissance France
Between Orléans and Tours, east of Blois and 2 hours from Paris, the Chateau of Chambord is one of the most celebrated chateaus of the Loire. It is huge with 440 rooms and 365 chimneys. The construction of the chateau...
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Glory of the French monarchy
The Chateau of Versailles is the most famous and majestic of all French chateaus. Situated in Versailles in the Yvelines, south-west of Paris, the Chateau and its domain were built for the glory of the French monarchy. In 1623, Louis...
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Natural marvel of the Pyrenees
This circus was carved out by a glacier and was listed in 1997 by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. It is situated in the mountain chain of the Pyrenees, 50 kms from the Marian sanctuary of Lourdes. The natural site...
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Carcassonne is an exceptionally well-preserved fortified city of rare beauty. Visitors can easily imagine the life at the time of its apogee. Situated in the south of France, near the Mediterranean Sea, Carcassonne is known worldwide and is listed by...
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Symbol of universal beauty
Bordeaux is the 6th largest city in France, situated in the south west, 6 hours from Paris and 2 ½ hours from Lourdes. Its port “de la Lune (moon)” and its historic center are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage sites. Bordeaux...
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Capital of the Gauls
Lyon, 2nd city of France, is at the confluence of the Rhone and Saone rivers. It is a city of history and culture, and it has sumptuous archeological vestiges that are 2000 years old. It is listed by UNESCO as a...
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Christian fortress
The Palace of Popes, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, is situated in Avignon, in the south of France, 1 hour from Marseille and 2 ½ hours from Lyon. It was the European capital of culture in 2000. The construction...
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Medieval sanctuary and town
Rocamadour is an extraordinary medieval town due to its atypical configuration on the flank of the cliff. Listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, it is situated 5 hours from Paris and 4 hours from Lyon. Rocamadour reveals its medieval...
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Natural treasures
Situated in the department of Loire Atlantique, 45 minutes from Nantes and 4 hours from Paris, the salt marshes have brought wealth to the peninsula of Guérande. They extend over an area of 5000 acres. The present day technique of...
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Hope as solid as the rock
Halfway between Limoges and Toulouse, Rocamadour is an exceptional medieval town that has not lost any of its charm. Built on the side of the valley wall, the chateau, the sanctuary and the village form the three levels of the town...
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Apparition of the Archangel Saint Michel
The Mont Saint Michel is a charming village with stone houses and narrow streets, built on a rock off the coast of Normandy and is surrounded by one of the world’s largest bays. The village and the bay are listed...
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One of the most beautiful theaters in Roman antiquity
Situated in the Rhone valley, 115 kms from Marseille, Orange was a place of choice for the Roman Empire, at crossroads to the north and to Spain or Italy. The town still has its antique theater from the Roman period, one...
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The pink city
The 4th city in France, situated 2 hours from Lourdes, Toulouse, a city of rich history, is called the pink city because of the red brick widely used for its construction. The city center is full of important tourist sites: the...