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Eremo San Salvatore, Erba

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  • Here the Lord speaks if we silence a precious gem for those who desire for the infinite of incalculable value for our soul there is a sort of indescribable atmosphere as soon as you walk through the doorway and leaving behind the noise to recharge just try it
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  • I went there with my Guild for a day of reflection, is a really nice place where you can relax and meditate, we ate very good cuisine and mli a very nice view over a beautiful garden and a space where you can talk and meditate together
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  • The recollection that you enjoy in this corner of paradise is superb. The cloister and the adjacent church of the ' 500 with frescoed the crucifixion of Michelino da Besozzo is lovely, well restored, although incomplete for abrasions pre-restore. The tomb of prof. Lal (Rector of the Catholic University of Milan and former constituent mp) is in a lovely spot, next to the Church. The ancient refectory monks has the vault still intact. The exterior view of the alpine foothills (above and left), for Milan and in the distance the Apennines (front) is breathtaking. Every corner of the Hermitage of San Salvatore is ideal for indulging in recollection and hear the deeper things and important of the human being, those things can get inside us so thoroughly, and marvel at how much we can think and transform us, to know our future destiny.
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