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The abbey of Saint-Sever in the Landes is a Benedictine abbey founded by Count Guillaume Sanche de Gascogne in the late tenth century.
Countless possessions extend from the eleventh century the Medoc to Pamplona in Spain. Gregory Montaner, who rules the Abbey from 1028 to 1072, makes a powerful artistic center bringing together the most talented sculptors and illustrators, including Stephanus Garsia, author of the Beatus miniatures.
The Abbey is a historic monument in 1911 and World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998, under paths St-Jacques in France.