Convento de San José

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The Convento de San José is a convent of closing of Discalced Carmelite nuns found in the city Spanish of Ávila, in the autonomous community of Castilla y Leon. This convent is the first foundation, collecting the monastic ideal of Teresa of Avila, characterized by simplicity and austerity. Retains the old convent buildings, allowing imagine what it was that first convent of reform and promoting the spirit of his kitchen, refectory, cell holy cloister bell founding and the devil's staircase, why Teresa fell in the Christmas of 1577, breaking his left arm. Several of these items can be seen in the museum of the convent. It is National Monument from 1968.
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