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The convent is wedged on the sole concavity  of a steep rock . The structure develops by occupying the available space  of this natural concavity. The wing of the cells, and the main tower enclose a courtyard. Under the courtyard a cistern collects the rain water.  The most "significant" position of the site, a natural elevation of the ground  is occupied by the church.
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