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Sct. Catharinae Kirke Og Kloster, Ribe

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  • SCT. Catharinæ is one of the best preserved monastic sites in Denmark. Beautiful ' Chapel ' and a serene cloister garden.
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  • Hiragana "please visit inside you.' I think when we arrived, the father said, carefully observation. Feeling looked quite serene inside, here a few days a dignified red brick Church just because I felt relieved.
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  • Church and cloister is worth a visit. "Church and monastery was named after Catharine, a learned Egyptian Princess, who was martyred in 307 of his religious guilt. At the Reformation the monks had to leave both church and monastery, and in 1537, the city was given by King Christian III's letter that the Church was now parish church. "
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