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Ancient Benedictine Abbey in the Brie producing region of France

The Abbey of Our Lady dates back to the visit of St Columban, the 6th Century Irish missionary... read more

Reviewed November 30, 2017
RaphaelTobias
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30 Nov 2017
“Ancient Benedictine Abbey in the Brie producing region of France”
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6 rue Montmorin, 77640 Jouarre, France
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Reviewed November 30, 2017

The Abbey of Our Lady dates back to the visit of St Columban, the 6th Century Irish missionary monk. It became a Benedictine monastery in about 650, when the first abbess was elected. The buildings are magnificent and occupy the centre of town. Some, especially...More

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