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Fonte Avellana was a Roman Catholic hermitage in Serra Sant'Abbondio in the Marche in Italy. It was also the name of an order of hermits based at the hermitage. It was once presided over by Saint Peter Damian, and it was described by Dante in the Divine Comedy.
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- ↑ The Hermitage of the Holy Cross at Fonte Avellana - Official Site
- ↑ Fonte-Avellana - Catholic Encyclopedia article
- ↑ Fonte Avellana Monastery - Marche Places
- ↑ Tourist Routes - Religion, Fano - assessorato al turismo
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