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"A Pilgrim's Haven"

Serving the Catholic community of Geneva, the Basilica of Notre-Dame, locally known as Basilique Notre-Dame, is an architectural splendour. Constructed in the 1850s, this Catholic basilica was erected over the ruins of a Protestant church. This religious structure was designed by renowned French architect, Alexandre Grigny, in the neo-Gothic style. The central chapel features a pristine white statue of the Immaculate that was presented to the city by Pope Pius IX. Basilica of Notre-Dame is a stop on the Way of St.James pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela.
Rue Argand 3, Place de Cornavin, Geneva, Switzerland, 1201
"A Pilgrim's Haven"
Serving the Catholic community of Geneva, the Basilica of Notre-Dame, locally known as Basilique Notre-Dame, is an architectural splendour. Constructed in the 1850s, this Catholic basilica was erected over the ruins of a Protestant church. This religious structure was designed by renowned French architect, Alexandre Grigny, in the neo-Gothic style. The central chapel features a pristine white statue of the Immaculate that was presented to the city by Pope Pius IX. Basilica of Notre-Dame is a stop on the Way of St.James pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela.
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