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St. Boniface's Abbey, Munich - Wikipedia, the free ...'s_Abbey,_Munich

St. Boniface's Abbey (German: Abtei St. Bonifaz) is a Benedictine monastery in Maxvorstadt, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It was founded in 1835 by King Ludwig I of ...

St. Boniface's Church (New York City) - Wikipedia, the ...'s_Church_(New_York_City)

St. Boniface's Church (New York City) Coordinates The Church of St. Boniface; General ...

St. Boniface's Church, Bergen - Wikipedia, the free ...'s_Church,_Bergen

St. Boniface's Church, Bergen. St. Boniface's Church. The Church of St. Boniface (German: St. Bonifatius) in Bergen auf ...

St Boniface - The Canadian Encyclopedia

St Boniface, Manitoba, former city and historic French community, now a municipal ward of the metropolitan government of the city of WINNIPEG (incorporated in 1972).

St. Boniface, MB - BR Bullpen -,_MB

St. Boniface was the center of Manitoba's French-speaking community, located on the Red River next to Winnipeg, MB, into which it has since been absorbed.

Historical Society of St Boniface and Maryhill Community ...

Historical Society of St Boniface and Maryhill Community: About Us / Newsletters / Contact Us; Access to Information / Heritage Events; Picture Gallery; Familiy History;

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St. Boniface's Hospital (Tollyton) - The Urban Dead Wiki's_Hospital_(Tollyton)

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RhymeZone: st._boniface definitions

Definitions of St. boniface: noun: (Roman Catholic Church) Anglo-Saxon missionary who was sent to Frisia and Germany to spread the Christian faith; was martyred in ...