Category:Westvleteren Abbey

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English: Westvleteren Abbey or St. Sixtus' Abbey, Westvleteren, which belongs to the Cistercians of Strict Observance, or Trappists, is located in Westvleteren, West Flanders, in Belgium. The abbey is famous for its spiritual life, characterised by prayer, reading, and manual work, the three basic elements of Trappist life.
Nederlands: De Sint-Sixtusabdij is een abdij van de trappisten in het Belgische Westvleteren. De abdij is onder meer bekend om zijn trappistenbier Westvleteren. De huidige abt is Manu Van Hecke.
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abbazia di Westvleteren; abadía de San Sixto; abbaye Saint-Sixte; abadia de Sant Sixt; Westvleteren Abbey; Abtei Sankt Sixtus; Абатство Вестфлетерен; Sint-Sixtusabdij van Westvleteren; monastery in West Flanders, Belgium; édifice religieux belge; Kloster in Belgien; klooster in België; Abbaye de Westvleteren; abadia de San Sixto
Westvleteren Abbey 
monastery in West Flanders, Belgium
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LocationWestvleteren, Vleteren, Arrondissement of Ypres, West Flanders, Flemish Region, Belgium
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  • 1831
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50° 53′ 45.39″ N, 2° 43′ 16.54″ E
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Wikidata Q650340
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