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convento

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a convent or monastery usually containing living quarters, workrooms, storerooms, a balcony, and patio.
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Relacion del festejo que a los Marqueses de las Amarillas les hicieron las Senoras Religiosas del Convento de San Jeronimo (Mexico, 1756).
O Convento de Santo Antonio do Rio de Janeiro: sua historia, memoria, tradicoes, 4.
La Hillman individua nella traduzione delle Vitae philosophorum curata dal religioso veneziano Giovan Felice Astolfi (ed edite nel 1601 e nel 1611) la fonte di suor Clemenza Nenci, autrice del testo e di cui poco sappiamo se non che era una benedettina del convento di San Michele a Prato.
No art gallery or museum can compete with the fresco paintings of Fra Angelico in the Convento San Marco in Florence.
The holiday is priced at USD3,490 per person, double occupancy, with stays at the Rose Garden Palace Hotel in Rome and the Hotel Luna Convento in Amalfi.
Ela funda em 1353 o Convento de Astudillo, abencoado pelo Papa Inocencio VI, em 1354, que pensa se tratar de uma penitencia dos amantes adulteros, mas que, pouco depois, os excomunga.
Tucked away at the Arsenale's north-east corner, marking the point at which the docks meet the lagoon, is the site of a former Benedictine nunnery, the Convento delle Vergini, Santa Maria in Gerusalemme.
Other attractions include the Gold Museum and the Palace of the Inquisition, as well as the Cathedral and the Convento de la Popa.
So if it's been 20 years since Bertha has been in a church not festooned by poinsettias, or if Jack's most religious experience in recent years was a mojito in the chapel-bar of the El Convento Hyatt in Acapulco, they may not have the ability to tell our story, to witness to a disciple's life, to make the godparent relationship a true journey of faith.
The second chapter in this section, by Jill Blondin, deals with Sixtus's commissions in Assisi, particularly his statue placed high on the southwest buttressing of the Sacro Convento, which he had had repaired.
Our hotel was close enough to be able to nip into Trinidad by taxi, which we did to wander around the pretty Plaza Mayor, clamber up the 119 steps to the bell tower of the former Convento de San Francisco de Asis (now the Museum of the Struggle Against Counter-Revolutionaries) and sup a canchanchara (rum, lime, honey and sparkling water).
Despite these aids, readers may be confused by a plethora of further taxonomies: six elements of mission (witness/proclamation, liturgy/prayer/contemplation, justice/peace/creation, interreligious dialogue, inculturation, and reconciliation [2-5, 352-94]), seven stages of mission in Acts (13), various historical "models" of mission (baptism, settlement, accommodation, imperial, prophetic, tabula rasa, convento, countercultural, translation, evangelistic, monastic, mendicant, missionary societies, dialogical [73, 198-99]), four 20th-century periods of missiological development (244), and various models for dialogue (replacement, fulfillment and mutuality [380]), plus echoes of others (for example, exclusivist, inclusivist, and pluralist [55]).