The Mountain Monastery can be built on top of mines, in which case it will automatically gather coin from the mine and can be set to generate influence as well at the expense of reducing the coin generation rate.
Villagers and Abuns can gather from Mountain Monasteries, increasing its coin/influence generation rate. Enemy villagers cannot gather from the mine with a Mountain Monastery built on top of it, but allies can.
Rock Church (passive): The Mountain Monastery automatically gather coin from a mine when built on top of one (at a rate of 0.6 coin/sec.), which also prevents enemy villagers from gathering from the mine and allow villagers and Abuns to gather from the Monastery as well. The Mountain Monastery can be toggled to gather only coin or both coin and influence at varying rates:
Heirs to earlier ascetic traditions, East African monasteries were often situated in remote locations such as the flat-topped mountains, or amba, occurring in the region. A prominent example of these is Debre Damo in Tigray, but there was also another type, the rock-hewn church, exemplified in Lalibela. As European contact with East African societies increased, European architectural techniques also influenced African churches.