The Order of the Brothers of Our Lady of Mount Carmel or Carmelites is a Roman Catholic religious order founded, probably in the 12th century, on Mount Carmel, hence its name.
|Brugge||Church of the Carmelites|
|Cordoba||St. Anna and St. Joseph|
|Florence||Santa Maria del Carmine (Church)|
|Oaxaca and Monte Alban||The Church and ex-monastery of Del Carmen Alto belonged to the Carmelites, who established themselves here in 1696. The complex began as a hermitage built over the teocalli of Huaxyacac. (wiki)|
|Olinda||"It is dominated by the.. convents of the Franciscans, Carmelites and Benedictines" (OUV)|
|Rome||Chiesa di Santa Maria della Scala, by the Discalced Carmelites|
|Salvador de Bahia||Church of the Third Order of Mount Carmel and (adjacent) the Church and Convent of Our Lady of Mount Carmel|
|Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca||Carmelite Monastery|
|Siena||San Niccolò al Carmine: "A church and convent of the Carmelites developed at the site and was documented since about 1265."|
|Syracuse||During its history, St John's Basilica was given to "the Carmelites of Montesanto who made new modifications to the structure". (Nomination file, p. 95) – Also the Chiesa del Carmine with its Carmelite convent on Ortygia.|
|Urbino||The former convent of the Discalced Carmelites|
|Val di Noto||"Santa Teresa (...) is a Roman Catholic parish church and Discalced Carmelite cloistered convent" in Catania.|
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