St. Anthony’s Monastery Is A Pretty Place Of Worship In Maine
The Pine Tree State is bursting at the seams with rich, vibrant scenery and magnificent sights, both man-made and naturally sculpted. There’s no denying that our little Northeast haven is truly spectacular from every angle! But Maine’s incredible landscape doesn’t stop with the scenery – it’s also where art, architecture, history, and nature are often woven together in perfect harmony.
Some of Maine’s loveliest and most iconic places are its churches and chapels – hand-crafted by locals before America was even founded and picturesquely nestled into the diverse nooks and crannies of our state. But while many of our state’s churches embody the postcard-perfect New England style, one special place of worship – St. Anthony’s Franciscan Monastery in Kennebunkport – blends everything that makes Maine spectacular into one peaceful setting. It’s picturesque and perfect for getting away for some quiet contemplation!
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Maine is positively full of gorgeous chapels, both historic and modern. But this serene monastery is definitely a must-visit! Fortunately, it’s also a perfect all-seasons destination, whether for worship or for some quiet contemplation in nature. Get all the info you need for your visit on the St. Anthony’s Monastery website or book a stay by visiting the Franciscan Guest House Facebook page.
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Address: 26 Beach Ave, Kennebunk, ME 04043, USA
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