The pilgrims' hospital (or hospital-nine) is a medieval hospice located in the city of low-Pons, Charente-Maritime.

Erected in the twelfth century to serve as a stopover for pilgrims en route to St Jacques de Compostela, it is one of the oldest hospitals in Europe sets have been preserved and is as such listed heritage World of humanity by Unesco since 1998, under the road to St Jacques de Compostela in France. It is also a historical monument since October 8, 1879 for its passage from the hospital, subscribed since December 29, 1997 for his home and listed since June 16, 1998 for the old hall of the pilgrims, the remains of the old church and the flag to the fabric médiéval.
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Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Europe
Subcategory Detail:France
Keywords:Ancien Hôpital des Pèlerins, France, Frankreich, Frankrijk, Pons, Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France, Santiago, Santiago de Compostela, Via Turonensis, Way of St James, hospital, pelerin, pelgrim, pelgrimage, peregrino, pilger