It is in the old market square and incorporates some stained glass from Churches destroyed as the allies liberated France. Inside the basilica is quite pleasing. From the outside it is unusual - not disimilar to a dragon. Just opposite the basilica is a wax-work museum depicting the saint's life. It is well-worth a visit should you ever be there.
On Wednesday we travelled to Lisieux where a guide kindly showed us about for the day. Not quite catching her name, we settled on Liz and since she didn't travel with us the question was often asked: "Is Liz 'ere?".