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Gregory Mendel worked out his concepts of genetics by doing breeding experiments using pea plants in the monastery's garden.
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Inside his monastery stands a tall stone monument to students killed in pro-democracy protests.
After a period in a monastery in the United States, Law moved to Rome.
And then there’s Relais San Maurizio (rooms start at around $350 depending on the season), a former Franciscan monastery about a 30-minute drive east of Alba.
There’s a Romanesque monastery, some pretty squares with pastel-colored buildings, and two rivers whose handsome bridges make for idyllic views.
Shortly after, his wife, Daw Soe Chay, said she was accosted by a crowd that forced her to a nearby monastery.
These rural areas, wild and overgrown, with rambling vineyards, villages, and medieval-era monasteries, are home to deceptively simple-looking restaurants where home-style cooks with generous smiles do knockout chicken stews.
This former monastery offers a patio for cocktails and snacks like the tasty escamoles (edible ant larvae).
Buckfast Abbey in Devon, England goes back to 1018, but things didn’t start getting boozy at the Benedictine monastery until the 1880s when French monks hit the scene.
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