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1148 The monastery dates back to a women's Cistercian Convent of the order of St. Mary Magdalen (also called white women, to nuns, secluded Jofferen, or cloistered nuns), established in former bourgeois mansions. The by Pope Eugen III named "monastery of the Cathedral" of the...More