Santa Maria Assunta Convent

This medieval convent is located in a chestnut forest above Claro, and to this day nuns live here in seclusion. After careful restauration, the visitor gets a fine impression of the completely preserved convent complex, which affords a fantastic view of the Swiss Riviera and Bellinzona.Region. more

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Abbaye de la Fille-Dieu

The Romont cloister in the canton of Fribourg is a welcoming haven of peace for female guests who may refresh themselves at the source of silence.... more

Abbaye de la Fille-Dieu
The Franciscan Cloister of St.Joseph

The Franciscan Cloister of St.Joseph

More than ever, people are asking how to redirect their lives. As Edith Stein once said: “everyone has his or her very own path”. Women interested... more

Santa Maria Assunta Convent

This medieval convent is located in a chestnut forest above Claro, and to this day nuns live here in seclusion. After careful restauration, the visitor gets a fine impression of the completely preserved convent complex, which affords a fantastic view of the Swiss Riviera and Bellinzona.Region.

This medieval convent is located in a chestnut forest above Claro, and to this day nuns live here in seclusion.

Santa Maria Assunta Convent
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Abbaye de la Fille-Dieu

The Romont cloister in the canton of Fribourg is a welcoming haven of peace for female guests who may refresh themselves at the source of silence. It’s the right place for anyone searching for the meaning of life and for God. In this oasis of peace and joy, far from the world, you may regain strength and find comfort in the way of the Gospel.

The Romont cloister in the canton of Fribourg is a welcoming haven of peace for female guests who may refresh themselves at the source of silence.

Abbaye de la Fille-Dieu
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The Franciscan Cloister of St.Joseph

More than ever, people are asking how to redirect their lives. As Edith Stein once said: “everyone has his or her very own path”. Women interested in learning more about the life at the cloister are welcome to share a few days with the sisters.

More than ever, people are asking how to redirect their lives. As Edith Stein once said: “everyone has his or her very own path”.

The Franciscan Cloister of St.Joseph
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