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St. Anne has always been a great religious figure for Vermont. The French forces that built a fort in Isle La Motte have dedicated the area to the mother of the Blessed Mother. This is why a St. Anne?s Shrine isn?t something that folks should find surprising.

Although the fort was built in 1666, the St. Anne?s Shrine was only erected in the 1800s when the Diocese of Burlington, Vermont has acquired the area. The shrine opened in 1893 and soon became a popular place.

St. Anne?s Shrine is open today for tourists who are interested in the history of Isle La Motte or the spiritual importance of the area. There?s an open air church, as well as a museum on the site, offering more activities to visitors.
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