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Visit the Louis and Zelie Martin's home, the Saint Therese's birthplace. You can also come on pilgrimage in the basilica Our Lady, place where Saint Therese has been baptized, or discover all the city where lived all the family Martin.
Ste Theresa’s birthplace and Family Home is definitely an interesting place to visit. The small chapel allows the visitor to quietly meditate. On your way to the bus silica you are feeling as walking in her footsteps. I will certainly return to this city and...More
This is a beautiful place to visit. The nuns there are friendly and knowledgeable. There are momentos of the Martin family. It’s even possible to see the birthplace of St Therese. The attached Church has a peaceful air and you could stay there for hours.
There's a pretty chapel which you can see and enter from the outside as well as from the info centre next door. There's a flowering garden at the back on 2 levels and anther smaller resistance. Reading about Saint Thérèse' patents, you begin to get...More
A very informative afternoon spent visiting this wonderful shrine of St Therese, just 5 days before her parents were to be beatified. As we were English speaking an effort was made for an English speaking nun and guide to show us around. A very moving...More
A place to visit to know all about St Teresa....
There is a door on ground level which is locked,
Walk up the steps and you can get in.... I
Before we realised there was a door upstairs.. We did notice
People walking away and...More
Entrance is by donation here and we enjoyed being shown round this house and its contents. I would guess this place may be of little interest to anyone who is not a Catholic - being the birthplace of a saint; if you are, I think...More
This little museum does everything to honour sainte therese. As a non- believer it is moving to see how she has a grip and is meaningfull to a lot of visitors. Everuthing is done to give even the smallest details. Anthropologists could tell me more...More
Looking for something to do on a trip passing through on a Sunday afternoon! Practically nothing open in Alencon so with little choice we went to visit the birthplace of Sanit Therese. With low expectations and only a passing interest we were very pleasantly surprised....More