Locations

In 1727, Mathias Hartz, abbot of Echternach, had the old Benedictine monastery demolished to build a new abbey in Classical style.

the abbey of Saint-Benoît-en-Woëvre is situated in the heart of the Meuse department, in close proximity to Lake Lachaussée.

Situated in the heart of the Walloon municipality of Stavelot, the monastery complex comprises the remains of the ancient abbey and the brick-and-stone domestic ranges, grouped around two paved cou

the monastery was built in 1682/1683 by master Thomas Gampfer on a small hill in the Bliestal valley called the Han.

the historic monastery is located on a hill just outside of Welschbillig, a municipality in the Eifel region of western Germany.

Religious, economic and cultural centre of the Eifel region since the Middle Ages, the Cistercian monastery of Himmerod is nestled in a remote valley, far away from the next town.

a wonderfully unique concert and event location housed in a former monastery, Les Trinitaires consists of altogether three venues: a chapel, a theatre, and a vaulted basement with bar.

The Benedictine Abbey of St. Mauritius in Tholey is said to be Germany%u2019s oldest monastery. Findings of a Roman public bath date back to the 3rd century AD.

the impressive Sainte-Marie-Majeure Abbey arose from the smaller Sainte-Marie-aux-Bois, located approximately 10 kilometres from Pont-à-Mousson.

built in 1248 in the heart of the small town of Vianden, the Gothic style church with its pretty cloister is one of Luxembourg%u2019s most important religious monuments.