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Monastero Di San Daniele, Abano Terme

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  • Gorgeous view from the top of the Hill. Arriving at the mass he remains enraptured by the hymns of the sisters. Intereessante sale of cosmetic products and herbal medicine.
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  • Already from the hotel window we can see the monastery in points to a nearby Hill; with narrow curves you will arrive at the foot of the monastery; in front of a a long staircase, accented with little steps, but slightly plodding, and the Church is there like a mirage; Luckily is open and we can see the beautiful paintings inside and experience the thrill of proximity to heaven.
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  • as I said in the title, the location is wonderful, otherwise it's impossible to express an opinion, in fact, apart from the Church in which you can access to a meter and then stopped by a gate high up to the ceiling but that allows you to see something really nice; everything else was closed including the Museum and any other side accessible. the only thing open was the bar and it was explained that winter remains completely closed
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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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