Ratisbonne Monastery

Local nameRatisbonne Monastery
LocationJerusalem, Israel

Ratisbonne Monastery is a monastery in the Rehavia neighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel, established by Marie-Alphonse Ratisbonne, a French convert from Judaism. Work on the building, designed by the French architect M. Daumat, began in 1874 on a barren hill, now in the center of West Jerusalem.

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

Address Jerusalem, Israel

Coordinates 31°46'41.035" N 35°12'52.217" E

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