The Sisterhood Setting

Helen Bryan
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Las Golondrinas Covent, Andalusia, Spain

Las Golondrinas Convent in Andalusia, Spain, is the main setting of the novel. This is where Isabella seeks refuge and ultimately becomes Sor Beatriz, and many other endangered girls are also sheltered by the nuns. In 2000, Menina stays at Las Golondrinas when she gets separated from her traveling companions.

El Covento de Las Golondrinas de Los Andes

El Covento de Las Golondrinas de Los Andes is a mission convent established in South America by twelve nuns from Spain. Esperanza, Pia, Sanchia, and Marisol are sent to join them thirty years later. In 1983, three-year-old Menina is sent to the convent's orphanage.

Laurel Run, Georgia

Laurel Run, Georgia is where the Walkers live and where Menina is raised after her adoption.

Hacienda of the Sun and the Moon

Hacienda of the Sun and the Moon is Salome's home in South America after she marries the Commander...

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