Ruins of Belgian Cistercian abbey
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Ruins of an enormously rich and intricate Catholic Church complex, Abbaye de Villers, plundered and destroyed by French Revolutionaries in 1795, in Villers-la-Ville, Walloon Brabant, Walloon Region, Belgium, Europe. Today, the former Cistercian abbey serves the local populace as the perfect spot for a picnic.
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