Zac Efron filming for Netflix at the Lourdes cave
Zac Efron à Lourdes for Netflix
Only a few hours but a huge event. Zac Efron and a Netflix production team were spotted at the Lourdes cave for a shoot. No information is currently available about this new program, either from the broadcaster or from the hosts of the place, the Sanctuaries of Lourdes.
This one had already hosted the cameras of Je m’appelle Bernadette, Hommes, femmes : mode d’emploi and Le Miraculé. Among the places in the area of the Sanctuaries, the cave of Lourdes is probably one of the best known. From its real name, Massabielle Cave, it is here that Bernadette Soubirous, a young girl who later became a nun, claimed to have seen the Virgin Mary 18 times in 1858. During one of her apparitions, Our Lady is said to have shown him the source of water, which was reputed to be miraculous. Since then, many people have come on pilgrimage to this holy place, some of which are followed on YouTube.
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