Members of Catholic religious orders that follow a body of regulations known as "The rule of St. Francis"
The connection belongs to Religion and Belief connections.
- Aqueduct of Padre Tembleque
- Aranjuez: Real Convento de San Pascual: founded by King Charles III of Spain as a Franciscan monastery and built from 1765 to 1770 (wiki)
- Arequipa: San Francisco church
- Bethlehem: The site also includes Latin, Greek Orthodox, Franciscan and Armenian convents and churches....
- Camino Real: Former convent of San Francisco in Tepeji del Río - established in 1560 by the Franciscans (AB ev)
- Colonia del Sacramento: The remains of a Franciscan monastery
- Dubrovnik: Franciscan Monastery
- Franciscan Missions in the Sierra Gorda
- Lima: Monastery of San Francisco
- Lübeck: Katharinenkloster
- Mbanza Kongo: Franciscan sisters’ complex (school, convent and Church of St. Anthony, built from 1933 onwards).
- Morelia: Franciscan Monastery
- Old City of Acre: St John Church
- Old City of Jerusalem: Church of the Holy Sepulchre
- Old Rauma: "The city is built around a Franciscan monastery; its church still exists" (AB evaluation)
- Old Town of Galle: Remains of Franciscan chapel that was built in 1543
- Olinda: Franciscan Monastery
- Popocatepetl monasteries
- Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands: Capuchin monastery in Monterosso al Mare
- Querétaro: La Santa Cruz
- Quito: Monastery o San Fransico
- São Francisco Square: "The Franciscan complex is an example of the typical architecture of the religious order developed in north-eastern Brazil" (unesco website)
- Salzburg: Franciscan Church
- San Antonio Missions: founded by Franciscan missionaries
- Spissky Hrad & Levoca: Minorite Church in Levoca
- Stralsund and Wismar: Franciscan monasteries at both Stralsund and Wismar
- Val di Noto: St. Francis Church at Ragusa, Franciscan convent at Caltagirone
- Vienna: Franciscan Church
- Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: The historical hospital Santo Spirito at Nizza Monferrato used to be run by the Franciscans
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