Order of Aubrac

Local nameÉglise Notre-Dame-des-Pauvres
LocationSaint-Chély-d'Aubrac, France

The Order of Aubrac was a military order and hospital chartered in the twelfth century. It operated in the Rouergue to protect and care for pilgrims on the Way of Saint James and the Via Francigena.The headquarters of the order was the monastery and hospital called the Dômerie d'Aubrac in the town of Aubrac in the Diocese of Rodez. According to later tradition, it was founded in 1031 by Adalard, viscount of Flanders, who was beset by brigands while passing through the County of Rouergue on his way to the shrine of Saint James in Compostela.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_Aubrac

Address D987, Aubrac 12470, France

Coordinates 44°37'20.443" N 2°59'14.524" E

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