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Israel. Latrun Trappist Monastery

Nefer • 3 minutes read • August 14th, 2016
Latrun is a site in Israel, west of 

Jerusalem

. I read in the guidebook that there is a Trappist Monastery and decided to visit it. The trappist monks get up before dawn, do not eat meat, work a lot and are incommunicative. We didn't see any monks, but we walked around the territory of the monastery.
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The monastery looks like this from the side of the road.
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8israel-latrun-monastery.jpgThe archaeological evidence from different periods are exhibited in the park.
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The Monastery of Our Lady of the Afflicted was founded in 1890. It is famous for its wines.
Author: Nefer
Source: neferjournal.livejournal.com
Translated by: Zoozi

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