St. Benedictusberg Abbey, Vaals

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St. Benedictusberg Abbey, also Mamelis Abbey, is a Benedictine monastery established in 1922 in Mamelis, a hamlet which administratively falls within Vaals, Netherlands. It is a rijksmonument.

Since 1951 St. Benedictusberg has belonged to the Solesmes Congregation, which is part of the Benedictine monastic confederation.
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  • It's a big large square modern kind of a factory building from outside except the tower. We didn't know where the entrance is until a local came to visit and prayed. As soon as we got inside, it's....  more »
  • This monestary cannot be judged as a tourist attraction, since it is not. It is a very serene, quiet, sacred place. We talked briefly with a friendly munk who was very much at peace. It is awe...  more »
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