Notre-Dame de la Trinité Basilica

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  • Louis Le Saulnier
In Blois, the visitor will notice many churches, chapels, etc. with modern architecture.The most interesting is the Notre Dame de la Trinité Basilica, which has one of the biggest bells in France and offers from its 60 meter-high campanile a beautiful view of the Loire Valley. The construction of the basilica started in 1936 and was finished in 1946. The basilica is listed as a National Historical Monument and has a remarkable heritage: A Path of Christ and Crucifixion by Lambert Rucki, a famous glass-works artist from Baullet and le Chevalier. Free self visit.



Spoken languages ​​:French, English, German, Spanish
Languages ​​documentation:French, English, German, Spanish
Visiting languages:French, English, German, Spanish
Home groups:yes
Information panel :French

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01/01/2022 - 31/12/2022 - -

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  • Basilica

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