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Monastero Di San Daniele, Abano Terme
(4.4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Monastero Di San Daniele is located in Abano Terme. For Monastero Di San Daniele and beyond, use our Abano Terme trip itinerary planner to get the most from your Abano Terme vacation.
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  • It seems to arrive in paradise for a very long staircase of stones and the melodious sound of cloistered nuns. Nice also their Museum and selling things made from them. at the bar you will find beauty creams and honey made from them. a very nice visit angelica.
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  • Inside the Museum annexed to the monastery, we could see the fire Hall, characterized by an original cross-vaulted ceiling, the Sala degli Stucchi with a beautiful portal made of Murano glass, the 16th floor, geometric patterns and admire some paintings, ornamental stucco, ceiling to Sansovino, the fireplace and the original mirror. Finally from the Windows of the rooms of the Villa which face inwards to glimpse the cloister.
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  • within walking distance of Abano is this recently renovated monastery. Certainly nothing to do with Praglia but for those who want to find a small museum and a little souvenir to take with you is certainly appropriate. With ample parking and accessible by a road wide and navigable without worries of mind even though it's almost unfathomable that on a hill is a place to visit.
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  • A wounderful place with a museum worth to be seen
  • Next to the monastery is a museum run by the nuns with original furnishings and objects ranging from 700 to date.
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  • The monastery dates from the years 1076-1080, entrusted to the Benedictine monks. From 1948 the Benedictine nuns from the river gave new spiritual vitality. You arrive at the monastery after a short, easy ascent.
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