Christian Pilgrimage Sites

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Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch: In medieval times Lorsch was a major Catholic pilgrimage site thanks to its relic of St. Lazarus
Abu Mena: By 600 the oasis had become a pilgrimage city, centred on the great basilica complex
Amiens Cathedral: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
Ancient villages of Northern Syria: great sanctuary dedicated to Saint Simeon the Stylite and his cult
Archaeological site of Philippi: Centre of Christian pilgrimage deriving from the visit and mission of the Apostle Paul in 49/50 CE. (AB ev)
Arles: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
Assisi: St. Francis of Assisi and St Clare, relics
Avila: St Theresa of Avila, relics
Bourges Cathedral: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
Burgos Cathedral: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
Camino Real: Cuencamé is renowned for the miraculous image of the Cristo y Senor de Mapimi and the annual pilgrimage, processions and dances associated with it. (AB ev)
Canterbury: Cathedral associated with Saint Thomas Becket.
Central Highlands: Adam's Peak
Churches and Convents of Goa: St. Francis Xavier
Cologne Cathedral: Relics of the Three Magi
Corvey: Was an important pilgrimage site in the Middle Ages due to hosting the relics of St. Vitus
Island of Patmos: Exceptional example of a traditional Greek Orthodox pilgrimage centre (AB ev)
Longobards in Italy: Monte Sant'Angelo: is a Lombard national sanctuary and the origin of a pilgrimage dedicated to Saint Michael (AB ev)
Mont-Saint-Michel: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
Paphos: Agia Solomoni, with sacred tree
Pyrénées - Mont Perdu: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
San Miguel de Allende: Sanctuary of Jes?s de Nazareno de Atotonilco
Santiago de Compostela: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela
Tipasa: Basilica of Saint Salsa
Valletta: Saint Paul's Shipwreck Church
Vézelay: As part of Route of Santiago de Compostela

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