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In 1615 Anna, wife of Habsburg Emperor Matthias of Austria (Matthias II), under the influence of her confessor decided to establish a monastery in honor of St. Anne. In the beginning it was populated by 18 brethren. Secularisation in 1786, the Capuchin Friars were forced...More