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Stift Olsberg
Switzerland

Das Stift Olsberg ist ein ehemaliges Zisterzienserinnenkloster in der Gemeinde Olsberg, im Schweizer Kanton Aargau. Das Kloster mit dem Namen Hortus Dei («Gottesgarten») wurde 1236 gegründet und 1803 aufgehoben. Heute dient das Klostergebäude als Schulheim; es ist der kantonalen Schulbehörde unterstellt und dient Kindern, die aus unterschiedlichen Gründen Lernschwierigkeiten haben und nicht in eine Regelschule gehen können, als Wocheninternat. Auf dem Klostergelände befindet sich ein Bio-Landwirtschaftsbetrieb.

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Copyright: Dieter Hofer
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Taken: 05/07/2010
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