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- s.iglesia abacial, iglesia de abadía.
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Abbey of Einsiedeln — Abbey of Einsiedeln † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Abbey of Einsiedeln A Benedictine monastery in the Canton of Schwyz, Switzerland, dedicated to Our Lady of the Hermits, that title being derived from the circumstances of its foundation,… … Catholic encyclopedia
Abbey of Echternach — Abbey of Echternach † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Abbey of Echternach (Also EPTERNACH, Lat. EPTERNACENSIS). A Benedictine monastery in the town of that name, in the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg and the Diocese of Trier. It was founded in… … Catholic encyclopedia
Abbey of Bec — Abbey of Bec † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Abbey of Bec The Benedictine Abbey of Bec, or Le Bec, in Normandy, was founded in the earlier part of the eleventh century by Herluin, a Norman knight who about 1031 left the court of Count… … Catholic encyclopedia
Abbey of St. Gall — Abbey of St. Gall † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Abbey of St. Gall In Switzerland, Canton St. Gall, 30 miles southeast of Constance; for many centuries one of the chief Benedictine abbeys in Europe; founded about 613, and named after… … Catholic encyclopedia
Abbey of Saint Augustine — Abbey of Saint Augustine † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Abbey of Saint Augustine A Benedictine monastery, originally dedicated to Sts. Peter and Paul, founded in 605 outside of the City of Canterbury, on the site of the earlier Church of… … Catholic encyclopedia