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We went into this house and heard the story of the little shepherd girl who saw an angel and saw Our Lady and told prophecies then how badly she was treated. We then saw and met her living cousin who was 93, a fantastic lady....More
I visited this cottage with my tour group. It was very interesting to see the house where Lucia and her family lived. There were replicas of the furniture as well as her bed. There were sheep in the barn for authenticity.
As a Catholic, this place means something as we learned the history of the presence of Mother Mary years ago.
When I was there, all goosebumps were back and I could not help my tears from falling as I was walking to the corner to...More
The house is well preserved with many of the original contents still there. It was a popular place, with many visitors, so I had to be patient as I waited to gain access to some of the areas of the house. But it was worth...More
If your in Fatima to visit the Shrine it’s best you take a quick look where Luciq grew up in. There is no entrance fee, only voluntary donation. Its additional information as to how simple life was back then and theie modest lifestyle. I highly...More
A very moving experience. Being here puts the whole story of a famous miracle in Fátima all together. Makes you realize just how far the three children ( Lucia Santos, 10, with her cousins, Jacinta, 7, and Francisco Marto 9 ) walked from home to...More
Lucia's home is filled with original furnishings and family pictures. It even has live sheep living in the pen attached to the home. Visiting her home gives a sense of the living conditions in this area during the early 1900's.