What is hermitage?

  • (noun): The abode of a hermit.

Some articles on hermitage:

L'Hermitage Slave Village Archeological Site
... L'Hermitage Slave Village Archeological Site is an archaeological site near Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland ... National Battlefield, was the site of l'Hermitage Plantation, founded about 1793 by the Vincendière family ... L'Hermitage was notable during its time for its size, brutality and for the large number of slaves on the property ...
List Of Places In The Scottish Borders - H
... Heriot railway station, Heriot Water Hermitage, Hermitage Castle, Hermitage Water Heugh Head Hillhouse Hillslay Tower Hilton The Hirsel, Hirsel Homestead Museum Hobkirk Holms ...
Saint Fructus - Veneration
... Their relics were conserved in the hermitage of San Frutos from the 8th century to the 11th, when they were translated to Segovia Cathedral ... The area of Fructus' hermitage suffered various political and military vicissitudes this area was conquered by Fernán González before being annexed by Al-Mansur Ibn Abi Aamir in 984 ... The Duratón River and the hermitage of Saint Fructus Church and monastery of San Frutos in Sepúlveda, Segovia ...
The Hermitage (Scotland)
... The Hermitage (officially The Hermitage pleasure ground) is a National Trust for Scotland-protected site in Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross ... There is also a link to a thirty-mile network of footpaths beyond The Hermitage to various parts of Dunkeld ... which is believed to be the oldest tree at The Hermitage ...
Cleopa Ilie - Biography
... the monk Paisie Olaru, who lived in seclusion at the Cozancea hermitage ... brother, Vasile, Ilie joined the community at Sihastria hermitage in December 1929 ... the army in the town of Botoşani, but returned a year later to the hermitage, where he was anointed a monk on 2 August 1937, taking the name "Cleopa" (i.e ...

Famous quotes containing the word hermitage:

    A hermitage in the forest is the refuge of the narrow-minded misanthrope; a hammock on the ocean is the asylum for the generous distressed.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)