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Paray le Monial intro. In the department of Saoine-et-Loire in eastern region of Burgundy, Paray Le Monial is a commune with a rich religious heritage. The primary attraction is the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, a small-scale replica of the Romanesque Cluny Abbey, 50kms to the east, which has remained an important pilgrimage site since the 14th century. There is a lovely medieval-inspired garden in the cloister beside the church. The stone facade of the Hotel de Ville, reminiscent of the castles of Loire, is adorned with one of the town's historical monuments, a grand stature of the Blessed Virgin. Next door, Saint-Nicolas parish church is now used as an exhibition space. With architecture inspired by Gustave Eiffel, the Sacred Art Museum is one of the more contemporary buildings in the centre of town, located close to many Paray Le Monial hotels. The Museum Charnoz Paul honours the ceramist of the same name and occupies an old ceramic tile factory. Cycling along the central canal and the banks of the River Bourbince provides a unique view of the town's original lines of transit. On warm summer nights, tourists are led through the town by torchlight as a singing guide retraces the town's complex history.
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