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Serra d'Ossa has been inhabited by the Order of the Hermits of St. Paul for many centuries. Devoted to poverty, they have built the old Convent of St. Paul, that is now a hotel, but they have left other traces in the mountain. This is a very small hermitage that can hardly be noticed, as it is really small and disguised by the vegetation. And getting close is even harder. Inside, it's a very humble and small place that is now completely abandoned. This is the window, I'll try to post a photo of the inside later.

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