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Today, just after my eye examination, I decided to stop and visit this abbey.

«According to a medieval legend, when the Templar Grand Master Jacques de Molay was burnt at the stake in 1314, the church's architraves broke. The Templar influence can be still noticed today from several crosses with their characteristic shape, such as that in the rose window. During a restoration, a Templar palindromic Sator Square was discovered on a wall: it is the only known variant in which the letters form five concentric rings, each one divided into five sectors»

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While I was walking to reach the abbey, I’ve seen this monk petting a doggo.This was such a good thing to see.Good like the doggo.