Abbey of St. Peter in Oudenburg
Arnold founded the abbey at Oudenburg in West Flanders, Belgium. Arnold founded the abbey after he was removed from his position as Bishop of Soissons and at the abbey Arnold began to brew beer to remove pathogens from the water and encouraged the locals to drink it.
The abbey was demolished at the time of the French Revolution. On the 16 February 1797 the abbey and all properties were sold and the buildings were largely demolished. The last monk was Veremundus Norbertus Da (1770–1852) and the property became a farm.
In 1934 Steenbrugge Abbey got the naming rights from St. Peter's Abbey, and in 1989 the farm became a hotel. The town Roman Archeological Museum lies nearby the former abbey and displays some relics of the abbey in its collection.
- Arnold of Soissons. Founder and patron Saint of Brewers.
- Huriulf (fl. 1130s)
- Charles Geleyns (c. 1610 – Bruges, 22 August 1677),
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