Domaine De Marie Convent, Dalat - review by Rusty Compass
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Domaine De Marie Convent, Dalat

| 01 May 2017


Domaine De Marie Convent, Dalat
Mai Hac De St, Dalat

Our rating
01 May 2017

Designed by Paul Veysseyre and built in 1942 the convent was once home to 300 nuns. Today there are only a dozen or so. The Roman Catholic Sisters make and sell handicrafts in their shop and look after underprivileged minority children.
Entrance is free and should you find a nun with a spare minute, she’ll be happy to show you around and explain the work they do. This is one of many substantial church properties in Dalat.

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