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[EN]This paper studies how changes in life and religious Benedictine observance during the Modern Age affected the shape and architecture of their monasteries and to prove it we analyze the specific case of the San Juan de la Peña community of monks. Since its inception and throughout the Middle Ages religious communities lived in common dormitories, which at the slow but inexorable passing of time and the almos timperceptible change of habits led to a new concept of interior cabin for thedoi:10.20350/digitalcsic/11051 fatcat:vgsvglnz6zb57nynqqvl7jafae