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St. Ann's Basilica.

The solemn dedication of the Basilica of the National Shrine of St.Ann takes place in October of 1997. There are more than 20,000 Cathholic churches in the United States, but less than 40 are basilicas. St. Ann's will be the fifth in Pennsylvania. The church which is off Main Avenue in Scranton, just down from the Houdini Museum, draws between 1,500 and 2,000 people for its novena service every Monday. The summertime novena brings out 10,000. These numbers are now expected to increase.

Tourist Information...

Go to POCONO - SCRANTON FUN GUIDE.
Go to POCONO DIRECTORY
Go to POCONO FREE DISCOUNT COUPON PAGE
Go to HOUDINI MUSEUM AREA
Go to Scranton's Grand Railroad Stations built because of Scranton's Iron, Steel and coal.
Go to Old time posters for Lackawanna Railroad promoting clean (?) rides with Phoebe Snow.
Go to SCRANTON HISTORY. Historic Jewel of the Pocono Region.
Go to Tour 1 of Scranton. City skyline
Go to Tour 2 of Scranton. Government buildings
Go to Tour 3 of Scranton. A tour of Luna Amusement Park .
Go to Tour 4 of Scranton. A tour of the old coal mining area.
Go to The Coal Miners and their families.
Go to St. Ann's Basilica.
Go to Early theater history in Scranton.

Go to LIST OF OVER 200 POCONO - SCRANTON HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS LISTED BY AREA.


Go to Stroudsburg History.
Go to Jim Thorpe History.
Go to Nicholson Bridge. World's Largest Concrete Bridge.
Go to East Stroudsburg History.
Go to Delaware Water Gap History.

Go to (links)local hotels, local museums, more Houdini links, CityLink USA, etc. All with Web Site links


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