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In the 12th century the building was an enclosed beguinage (beguines: virgins and widows who originally joined monastery-like communities out of religious and economic reasons). In 1437 the monastery was abolished as beguines were no longer tolerated by the Church (1311, Council of Vienne, Isère...More