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Coordinates: The Badia Fiesolana was an medieval and renaissance period Roman Catholic monastery located in the town of Fiesole (in the quarter of San Domenico), northeast of Florence, Italy. Since 1976 the building is the main seat of the European University Institute. The original Camaldolese monks building was completed in 1028 and was subsequently transferred to Benedictines from Montecassino and the Canons Regular of St. Augustine.
|Dedicated to||Bartholomew the Apostle|
|Diocese||Roman Catholic Diocese of Fiesole|
The monastery was built between 1025-1028 on the location of a former chapel dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Romulus. Originally, it bore the name of Saint Bartholomew. The present appearance dates from between 1456 and 1467.
The former convent is now the seat of the European University Institute.
The former convent, currently looking out on the EUI's library wing. This facility was also the home for the Class of 1969-1970 Italian California International Program group.
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- "Badia Fiesolana The historic cathedral in Fiesole". Visit Tuscany. Retrieved 16 May 2020.