List of basilicas


List of basilicas

__NOTOC__A complete list of basilicas of the Roman Catholic Church outside Italy. A basilica is a church with certain privileges. A list of basilicas in Italy may be found elsewhere.

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The following countries have more than ten basilicas: Italy (531), France (167), Poland (104), Spain (100), Germany (69), United States (62), Brazil (49), Argentina (42), Austria (29), Mexico (27), Belgium (26), Colombia (25), Canada (21), Netherlands (20), India (15), Czech Republic (14), Venezuela (14), Hungary (13), Peru (12), Philippines (12), Ecuador (11), and Switzerland (11).

The following cities and municipalities have more than one basilica: Rome (65), Buenos Aires (15), Kraków (12), Bologna (11), Florence (11), Milan (9), Venice (8), Barcelona (7), Naples (7), Cologne (6), Lima (6), Madrid (6), Jerusalem (5), Paris (5), Piacenza (5), Santiago (5), Gdańsk (4), Genoa (4), Manila (4), Marseille (4), Montreal (4), Padua (4), Prague (4), Ravenna (4), Rio de Janeiro (4), Salvador (4), São Paulo (4), Trapani (4), Warsaw (4), Acireale (3), Assisi (3), Berlin (3), Bogotá (3), Bruges (3), Cagliari (3), Caltagirone (3), Caracas (3), Catania (3), Chicago (3), Düsseldorf (3), Foggia (3), Kochi (3), La Paz (3), Lecce (3), Lourdes (3), Málaga (3), Mantua (3), Monterrey (3), Nancy (3), Prato (3), Quito (3), Siena (3), Trier (3), Turin (3), Valencia (3), Vercelli (3), Verona (3), Vienna (3), Agrigento (2), Annecy (2), Arezzo (2), Bari (2), Barletta (2), Belo Horizonte (2), Bilbao (2), Bordeaux (2), Budapest (2), Cairo (2), Camerino (2), Capua (2), Cesena (2), Comiso (2), Como (2), Córdoba (2), Cusco (2), Częstochowa (2), Fano (2), Ferrara (2), Forio (2), Forlì (2), Granada (2), Grenoble (2), Guanare (2), Istanbul (2), Jerez de la Frontera (2), La Plata (2), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (2), Lisbon (2), Lucca (2), Lyon (2), Maastricht (2), Medellín (2), Mendoza (2), Mexico City (2), Modena (2), Montefiascone (2), Montpellier (2), Nantes (2), Narbonne (2), New York City (2), Nice (2), Nicosia (2), Ottawa (2), Palermo (2), Palma de Mallorca (2), Pesaro (2), Pistoia (2), Rapallo (2), Regensburg (2), Reggio Emilia (2), Reims (2), Rennes (2), Rosario (2), Saint-Brieuc (2), Saintes (2), St Louis (2), Salta (2), San Lorenzo de El Escorial (2), San Salvador (2), Santa Fe (2), Sées (2), Savona (2), Seville (2), Sucre (2), Tolentino (2), Toulouse (2), Trento (2), Valletta (2), Viareggio (2), Viterbo (2), Wrocław (2), and Zaragoza (2).

Other basilicas

The following churches are often referred to as basilicas, but there does not appear to be evidence of their officially holding that status:

Footnotes

ee also

*List of Italian basilicas

External links

* [http://www.gcatholic.com/churches/bas.htm List of all Minor Basilicas] by Giga-Catholic Information
* Bunson, Matthew, ed. (2005) "Catholic Almanac." Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor. ISBN 1-59276-069-4.


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