This is the monastery where Van Gough lived and painted for a year or so. It's interesting, but the rooms Van Gough occupied are the real attraction. They are preserved as when he was there. Be advised that, while to monastery is open all day, the Van Gough rooms close for 2 hours at noontime.
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