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Assumption Abbey, Richardton

#12 of 29 in Historic Sites in North Dakota
Must see · Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Assumption Abbey, located in Richardton, North Dakota, is a Benedictine abbey of the American-Cassinese Congregation (different from the Subiaco Cassinese Congregation), founded in 1893 by a monk of the Swiss abbey of Einsiedeln.

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  • Only about 15 minutes off exit 84 of I-94. Most of us can spare the less than 45-60 minutes required to visit. The twin towers are 120 feet tall. The 53 stained glass windows are remarkable...  more »
  • Made a quick stop here to view the church late on a Sunday afternoon. Wish I could have stayed longer. The organ was playing as we walked into the cathedral. If traveling across North Dakota make.....  more »
  • Beautiful and peaceful place. Well worth a diversion off I94.
  • Such a beautiful and peaceful place. We love coming here.

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