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“It forms the centrepiece of an impeccable disc that includes Mass in G, Un Soir de neige and the Litanies à la Vierge noire, inspired by a pilgrimage to the black virgin of Rocamadour.”
“Highlights of the region include the fairytale hilltop village of Rocamadour, the Millau Viaduct the world's highest vehicular bridge and the Gorges du Tarn -- a dramatic limestone gorge with hairpin turns and steep descents.”
“Try that Limburger, chèvre, Rocamadour or Gouda, and remember LeMay's contention that all cheese really means to please.”
“Local folklore claims Durendal still exists, preserved in Rocamadour, France.”
“Myth has it that it still exists in the wall of a castle in Rocamadour, France.”
“Langland takes them up, lets them fall, and takes them up again; he never wearies of this cruel sport; he presents them to us now separately, and now collectively: packs of pilgrims, "eremytes on an hep," pilgrims that run to St. James's in Spain, to Rome, to Rocamadour in Guyenne, who have paid visits to every saint.”
“Rocamadour, as a result of war and revolution, had become almost deserted.”
“Rocamadour is indebted for its name to the founder of the ancient sanctuary, St. Amadour, who was none other than Zacheus of the”
“Although the origin of the sanctuary of Rocamadour, lost in antiquity, is thus first set down along with fabulous traditions which cannot bear the light of sound criticism, yet it is undoubted that this spot, hallowed by the prayers of innumerable multitudes of pilgrims, is worthy of our veneration.”
“Gospel, accompanies him to Rome, and then to Quiercy, where her husband becomes a hermit, under the name of Amadour, in the region now called Rocamadour.”
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