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LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF36
April 15, 2014
The abbey (R) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
The abbey and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron
The abbey (R) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2U
April 15, 2014
The abbey (L) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
The abbey and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron
The abbey (L) and the abbey retreat are pictured in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2P
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata walks past the entry hall at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata walks past the entry hall at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata walks past the entry hall at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2G
April 15, 2014
Sister Gertrudis and sister Bernada (L) walk towards the abbey in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Gertrudis and sister Bernada walk towards the abbey in Marienkron
Sister Gertrudis and sister Bernada (L) walk towards the abbey in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF2B
April 15, 2014
A guest room is pictured at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
A guest room is pictured at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
A guest room is pictured at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF1Y
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF1S
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF17
April 15, 2014
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Immaculata talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF0Q
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth and sister Bernada (L) walk at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth and sister Bernada walk at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth and sister Bernada (L) walk at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF0M
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LF09
April 15, 2014
Sister Bernada poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Bernada poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Bernada poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEZU
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth talks to sister Bernada (R) at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth talks to sister Bernada at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth talks to sister Bernada (R) at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEZN
April 15, 2014
Sister Gertrudis poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Gertrudis poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Gertrudis poses at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEZD
April 15, 2014
Sister Gertrudis runs the shop at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Gertrudis runs the shop at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Gertrudis runs the shop at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEYL
April 15, 2014
Sister Bernada talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Bernada talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Bernada talks to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activites to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEY8
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth (C) talks to guests at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth talks to guests at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth (C) talks to guests at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXX
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXW
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXN
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXE
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXA
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEX0
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWO
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: RELIGION HEALTH SOCIETY)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWM
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH RELIGION SOCIETY)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWH
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth arrives for providing a Kneipp hydrotherapy at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth arrives for providing a Kneipp hydrotherapy at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth arrives for providing a Kneipp hydrotherapy at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH)
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