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Samos town, Lugo
Northern Spain

El monasterio de San Julián de Samos, fundando en el siglo VI, pertenece a la orden de los benedictinos y está en el municipio del mismo nombre, en la provincia de Lugo. El monasterio fue colegio de Teología y Filosofía y es parada importante del Camino de Santiago, ya que cuenta con una hospedería.

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