Avignon


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a town in southeastern France on the Rhone River

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But it is emerging the victim, who was out celebrating the Festival of Avignon, was aggressively mugged on her way back to her apartment.
Avignon is also a festival town, and cultural vibrancy permeates the atmosphere.
In 1415, Pope Gregory XII resigned in an effort to put an end to the so-called 'Western Schism' 6 a complex web of affairs in which two others -- the Avignon Pope Benedict XIII and the Antipope John XXIII 6 also claimed the papacy.
For seventy years, the papacy remained there, and even after the return to Rome, those in defiance of the papacy such as the antipopes, called Avignon their home.
Pick up a free Avignon Pass: after a first visit to a monument or museum, you get reductions to most other sights.
com, was in the former church of Notre-Dame Du Miracle, in the historic French city of Avignon.
British regional airline Flybe announced on Friday that it is extending its route between Southampton, UK, and Avignon, France, for the Winter 2009/10 schedule.
I DANCED on the bridge at Avignon - but I got it wrong
Avignon is an amazing, ancient walled city full of history and significant buildings set in beautiful Provencal countryside.
But boring grammar aside, Avignon is an amazing ancient walled city full of history and significant buildings set in beautiful Provencal countryside.
TICKETS for Eurostar's direct summer service to Avignon are now on sale with return fares starting from just pounds 99.
I was in Avignon for the annual theater festival, which has been held there each summer since 1947 and remains ground zero for the European theater world.
Gregory XI, the last Avignon pope, was buried in the Church of Santa Maria Nuova in Rome.
1305 the Holy See of the Roman Catholic Church, founded in Rome twelve centuries earlier, moved to Avignon by the order of Pope Clement V.