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Former Monastery Grunau

Zur Kartause 1, 97852 Schollbrunn, Bavaria, Germany
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Oldest Carthusian monastery in Franconia

Founded in 1328 by Elisabeth von Hohenlohe, daughter of one of the counts von Wertheim, closed in... read more

Reviewed August 5, 2013
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Aug 4, 2013
“Oldest Carthusian monastery in Franconia”
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Zur Kartause 1, 97852 Schollbrunn, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed August 5, 2013

Founded in 1328 by Elisabeth von Hohenlohe, daughter of one of the counts von Wertheim, closed in 1803. Then it came into the possession of the counts of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg who converted the monastery in 1820 to princely homestead. The only remains preserved are just the...More

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