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One of the four traditional pilgrim routes, the Way of Vézelay (Via Lemovicensis) was used by pilgrims coming from north-eastern France, Germany and Belgium. The Latin name refers to Limoges, one of the most important pilgrim sites along the way.

L'Epine

24 photos
Created 11-Sep-14
Modified 11-Sep-14
L'Epine

Chalons en Champagne

12 photos
Created 10-Sep-14
Modified 10-Sep-14
Chalons en Champagne

Vézelay

26 photos
Created 18-Jan-24
Modified 18-Jan-24
Vézelay

La Charité-sur-Loire

22 photos
Created 7-Sep-14
Modified 7-Sep-14
La Charité-sur-Loire

Bourges

49 photos
Created 21-Jan-24
Modified 21-Jan-24
Bourges

Neuvy-Saint-Sépulchre

18 photos
Created 5-Sep-14
Modified 5-Sep-14
Neuvy-Saint-Sépulchre

Saint Leonard de Noblat

14 photos
Created 5-Sep-14
Modified 5-Sep-14
Saint Leonard de Noblat

Perigueux, Cathedrale Saint Front

36 photos
Created 23-Jul-17
Modified 23-Jul-17
Perigueux, Cathedrale Saint Front

Saint-Sever, Abbaye

25 photos
Created 30-Aug-14
Modified 30-Aug-14
Saint-Sever, Abbaye

Le Buisson-de-Cadouin,Eglise abbatiale Notre-Dame de la Nativité

14 photos
Created 18-Jan-24
Modified 18-Jan-24
Le Buisson-de-Cadouin,Eglise abbatiale Notre-Dame de la Nativité

Saint-Avit-Sénieur,Eglise Saint-Avit

27 photos
Created 28-Aug-14
Modified 28-Aug-14
Saint-Avit-Sénieur,Eglise Saint-Avit