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Consecrated in 1876, it is called the "upper basilica" to distinguish it from the "lower" (Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary) and "underground" (Basilica of Saint Pius X) basilicas, all three part of the complex of the Sanctuaries of Lourdes, which still includes the Church of Saint Bernadette,...

The Basilica Notre-Dame de Marceille is a magnificent church of southern Gothic style dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, dedicated to Marie, located in the town of Limoux. It Black Virgin drew a pilgrimage that was very popular locally. The legend of this Black Madonna, which was at the...

Located in front of and below the first basilica, the Basilica of the Rosary was built from 1883 to 1889 on the plans of Leopold Hardy and consecrated in 1901 to compensate for the lack of space in the latter, given the increasing number of pilgrims. However, it proved to be insufficient in itself...

This Romanesque-Gothic abbey church has been built in the 11th century in order to house the holy ampulla and the relics of Saint Remi, the bishop who baptized Clovis in 498. St-Remi Basilica is a collection of history and art which should not be missed, with its Roman and Gothic spans, the...

The Basilica of Saint Pius X, informally known as the Underground Basilica, is a large Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, located in the town of Lourdes, France. It is part of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes. Lourdes is a major Catholic pilgrimage site and the Catholic Church endorses...

St. Therese of Lisieux was beatified in 1923 and canonised in 1925. It was decided to build a large basilica dedicated to her in the city where she lived and died.  The project was launched by the Bishop of Bayeux and Lisieux and received the full support of Pope Pius XI who had placed his...

On 16 December 1944, the Germans launched their last major offensive in the west. Bastogne was an objective of paramount importance that the Americans had to defend at all costs. One man, Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe, Commander ad interim of the 101st Airborne Division, arrived on 19...

Through the use of scenography, witness testimonial, multi-media installation the route through the exhibition appeals not only to the intellect but to the emotions, giving visitors the feeling that this story belongs to each and every one of us.The route through the exhibition is punctuated with...

The Musée de Montmartre evokes, in its permanent collections, to what extent the Bateau-Lavoir, located at Place Emile Goudeau a few steps from the current museum, played an important role in the birth of modern art in Paris.   The Bateau Lavoir would probably not exist in art history if Picasso...

In 1918, Pershing started sending a number of his divisions to the St. Mihiel Salient for combat exposure, and in situ training. This front-line training involved units from the 26th Division, known at the “Yankee Division”.   The battle of Seicheprey occurred on the southern side of the St. Mihiel...

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