Lourdes Shrine in Ruins After Floods | Women of Grace
Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1898 - 1985, captures his own shadow while on assignment in Lourdes, 1958- (December 6, 1898– August 24, 1995) was a German-American photographer and photojournalist. He is best known for his photograph capturing the celebration of V-J Day and for his candid photographs, frequently made using various models of a 35mm Leica rangefinder camera.
Lourdes, France. Lourdes (Gascon Occitan Lorda or Lourde) is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in the Midi-Pyrénées region in south-western France. The former regional language of this area used to be Gascon Occitan (or Gasconha, Occitània which was the spoken language at the time of Saint Bernadette Soubirous), but has been largely supplanted by French as in many regions of France.
Spiritual Retreat to Lourdes, France
Basillica at Lourdes, France - It is built on a rock known as Massabielle. On the west is the front of the Rosary Basilica while on the east is the Crowned Statue. The Basilica is actually three separate churches built at different periodsAlong River Gave, there are taps where water flows out from the miraculous spring. People queued to collect the water. Only when you are at the Basilica, then you will understand the wonders of that place
Lourdes, a photo from Midi-Pyrenees, South | TrekEarth
Lourdes & Medjugorje Tour 3 - Catholic Pilgrimages