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Monastery

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Monasteries are the places where monks live. Monasteries have places for the monks to sleep, a chapel, and a place for them to eat. Monks are much like Catholic nuns, where an unmarried group lives together in one place of residence and they help take care of each other. Monastery is the name for such a place. Monasteries are created for monks who practice religion instead of having a job. There they are taken care of and provided for.

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