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Samos, Lugo
Northern Spain

The monastery of San Julián de Samos, founded in the sixth century, belongs to the Benedictine order and is in the municipality of the same name, in the province of Lugo.

The monastery was a school of theology and philosophy, andf today is an important stop on the Camino de Santiago, as it has an inn.

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送信日: 03/11/2011
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