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SGI European Culture Center Trets
France

Trets hosts the SGI (Soka Gakkai International) European Cultural Center; every year many members of the SGI from all over Europe go there to attend courses with the aim of deepening their understanding of the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin

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Tags: sgi; culture center; provence; st. victoir; summer; morning
  • phyllis over 1 year ago
    A fabulous centre I have visited and studied there as a member twice from uk,. I will be visiting again this year as a guest just to see the scenery and chant. in this beautiful place. Phyllis
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