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Location address: België, Brussel
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Dieleghem Abbey is an abbey in Jette, northwestern Brussels, Belgium. It was founded in 1095 by the Bishop of Cambrai and administered by Augustinian canons. In 1140, the abbey’s monks switched to the rules of the Premonstratensian order. In the 13th century, the abbey now called Dieleghem possessed half of the commune’s territory and played an important social and economic role until the French Revolution.