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St. Peter's Priory, Lund
Sweden
St. Peter's Priory (Swedish: Sankt Peters Klosters kyrka), or the Priory of St. Peter and St. Mary, was one of Denmark's early monastic houses. It was located in Lund, Skåne, now southern Sweden, formerly part of Denmark. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Peter%27s_Priory,_Lund
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