The Latrun Monastery, also known as the Monastery of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows, is a Trappist monastery located in the Latrun area of Israel, between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The monastery was established in 1890 by French Trappist monks, and it is known for its beautiful architecture, peaceful atmosphere, and olive groves. During the Arab-Israeli War in 1948, the Latrun Monastery was the site of fierce battles between Israeli and Arab forces, and it was partially destroyed. Today, the monastery has been rebuilt and serves as a place of contemplation and prayer for the monks who live there, as well as a popular tourist attraction for visitors to Israel. The Latrun Monastery is also known for its wine, which is produced by the monks using grapes grown on the monastery’s grounds.

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