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Monastero San Magno, Fondi

(5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I had read the reviews on this monastery, taking advantage of a stay in Gaeta I willingly and easily reached this place. As others before me have already well described, by entering this monastery and in the adjacent Park you realize many things. It is a place treated, but now in addition to what you see and appreciate it's more than that, a message. Many are those actually visible everywhere, everyone is an invitation to reflection, something not so obvious, around the monastery a wide landscape, the quiet, listening to the water running clear flowing from the small basin at the base of the building. Is noticeable everywhere an artistic use, decoration and composition of simple materials such as stone, clay, wood, iron. You walk in the garden until you reach the main building, very nice from the outside. Inside over the large and bright main building you can see various places of recollection seats on two levels, small areas all extremely valuable where few and particular elements blend seamlessly with the general balance artistic simplicity.
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  • It is the goal that every traveler wants to reach, without being even aware of it. Wherever it is headed your way, the stop at this oasis of silence will give you a smile and a peace that you thought you can awaken within you. You will understand what the word: wonderful!
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  • I was born and raised in san magno. A few meters. Every day I saw the monastery. Place internalized in its entirety. Some adventure within. Its appeal not to be restored. The current beauty. The story. The culture. The civilization. The many stories. The pirates. The raids. The area cultivated by the monks, in past centuries. The water source. Il mulino. So many emotions of a past civilization. Live and inhabited lands. Human presence. A LOT OF HEART. SO MUCH EMOTION OF LIFE. SO MUCH OF EVERYTHING.
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  • Awesome venue and well maintained
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