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Grimbergen is especially known for its abbey and even better for the beer with the same name. You can however forget about that beer immediately because it…

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The abbey from Villers-la-Ville is an very impressive site. You can walk a few hours between the old buildings and the cathedral is really the highlight of the…

As the temperature at last begins to rise sharply, I returned to Anglesey Abbey to photograph the 'spring garden'. Tha lawn was covered in daffodils with a…

This week I have posted some pics from the St Bernardus abbey in Hemiksem-Antwerp. I had seen some photos of it in the nighttime, and that looked very nice. So…

This abbey is located not to far from my home,in the village of Hemiksem. It has a lot of history in it stones. The oldest part is from 1243, left empty in…

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The construction of the abbey started around 1150. The church was partially destroyed in 1823 for its stones.

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Esrum Abbey was the second Cistercian monastery founded in Denmark. Today it is a museum with very nice surroundings.
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