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<b></b> - The Mount Carmel campus encompasses more than 100 acres of wooded bluff land. <b></b> - Welcome to Mount Carmel! <b></b> - A breathtaking Mississippi view north reveals the city of Dubuque. <b></b> - The Mother house, recently renovated, was completed in 1892. <b></b> - Graceful architecture enhances the building's beauty. <b></b> - A pine walk leads to the cemetery. <b></b> - Pinecones are abundant on trees planted more than 100 years ago. <b></b> - The Roberta Kuhn Center offers classes for senior citizens. <b></b> - Fall colors paint a vivid palette in the surrounding woods. <b></b> - Deer are abundant and tame, as are wild turkeys. <b></b> - Sunrise over the river looking south from Mount Carmel. <b></b> - Marian Hall is the community's skilled care residence for aging sisters. <b></b> - Flowers and weeds mingle freely along the paths. <b></b> - Sisters are buried in the Mount Carmel Cemetery <b></b> - Grotto to Our Lady of Lourdes is close to the Mother House. <b></b> - The BVM Center is the administrative hub of the community. <b></b> - Birds bring beauty in all seasons. <b></b> - The Guadalupe Cross is from the former novitiate in Northern California <b></b> - Prairie flowers, some rare, reward the alert hiker. <b></b> - Caritas Center is the newest building on campus. <b></b> - The Mississippi River - a perfect spot for meditation.