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  1. Notre-Dame de la Garde (literally: Our Lady of the Guard), known to local citizens as la Bonne Mère (French for 'the Good Mother'), is a Catholic basilica in Marseille, France, and the city's best-known symbol. The site of a popular Assumption Day pilgrimage, it was [when?] the most visited site in Marseille. [1]

  2. Notre-Dame de la Garde is open every day of the year. From 7 am to 6 pm Car parks close at 6.15 pm By bus (route 60) RTM Onboard the little touristic train (route ”Notre-Dame de la Garde ”) By car (beware of the car park closing time at 5.30 pm) By bike (Le Velo) By foot (around 20 minutes from ‘Vieux-Port’)

  3. Notre-Dame de la Garde, im Volksmund La Bonne Mère – „die gute Mutter“, ist eine Marien - Wallfahrtskirche in Marseille. Sie wird jährlich von zwei Millionen Menschen besucht. [1] Das neuromanisch - byzantinische Gotteshaus steht auf einer 161 m hohen Anhöhe und ist ein weithin sichtbares Wahrzeichen der Stadt.

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  5. Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde 13,424 #1 of 269 things to do in Marseille Religious Sites Open now 7:00 AM - 6:15 PM Visit website Call Email Write a review What people are saying By Patrick T “ Church with grand design ” Aug 2019

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  6. La basilique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde ou plus simplement Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, souvent surnommée « la Bonne Mère » (en provençal Nòstra Dòna de la Gàrdia/Nouesto-Damo de la Gardi ), est une basilique mineure de l' Église catholique datée du XIXe siècle.

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