|The Capuchin monastery of nuns of the Immaculate Conception (Convent de la Puríssima Concepció de Monges Caputxines) was founded in 1662. It retains a valuable historical, artistic and ethnographic.|
The Capuchin order was born of a reform of the Franciscan Order in the sixteenth century, was named the first Capuchin Capuchin Poor Clares Discalced. In spirit, the order marked a return to the vows of poverty, obedience, chastity and seclusion, pushing the vow of poverty to the extreme. For admission to the order no specific dot was requested to novices, making it difficult to maintain religious. The vow of poverty means that the food was also very austere and Capucines have never been known for delicious and delicate food.
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