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nun of Arrouca

John Russell Earl Russell

nun of Arrouca

a tale.

by John Russell Earl Russell

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Published by J. Murray in London .
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Edition Notes

Summers, Gothic Bib., p. 446.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR5271.R7 N8
The Physical Object
Pagination[2] l., [3]-87, [1] p.
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6592381M
LC Control Number16024782
OCLC/WorldCa7082870

The Arouca Monastery The monastery consists of the Church, the Choir of Nuns, the Cloisters, the Refectory and the Kitchen. However, it is necessary to emphasize its Museum of Sacred Art, composed of many works of art of prominent religious inspiration.5/5(1). The primitive building was nothing more than a simple dwelling, supporting a complement of monks and nuns. Arouca is in Aveiro District. Make your own Arouca vacation itinerary, with a little help from those that know the place like the back of their hands, by using our Portugal itinerary planner. Source.


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