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The Ruusbroec Institute (Dutch: Ruusbroecgenootschap) is an institution for the study of the history of religious culture, spirituality and mysticism in the Low Countries. It is named after the 14th-century Flemish mystical author John of Ruusbroec.

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  • The Ruusbroec Institute (Dutch: Ruusbroecgenootschap) is an institution for the study of the history of religious culture, spirituality and mysticism in the Low Countries. It is named after the 14th-century Flemish mystical author John of Ruusbroec. (en)
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  • The Ruusbroec Institute (Dutch: Ruusbroecgenootschap) is an institution for the study of the history of religious culture, spirituality and mysticism in the Low Countries. It is named after the 14th-century Flemish mystical author John of Ruusbroec. (en)
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  • Ruusbroec Institute (en)
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