Situated between a prison, a park, and a canal, this abbey was clearly destroyed a long time ago. The ruins are a small part of it, with the rest being under the prison.
It's been closed off for years now, since it's still in the process of falling down.
You're not missing much anyway, though. Having seen it before it was fenced off, it's just a few flint walls, a single room, and no roof.
Bits of it can be found in walls all over town, however, with the roof having been transplanted to the nearby church.
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