Abbey of Saint Gall (11th century)

Abbey of Saint Gall (11th century)

The building complex was one of the most important Benedictine abbeys for centuries.

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Saint Gall, tu viện, St. Gallus, Othmar, Di sản thế giới, Lệnh Benedictine, Benedictine, Phong cách La Mã, Trật tự tôn giáo, nhà thờ, kiến trúc, tòa nhà, nhà cho thuê Blood

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