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Cloister Eberbach Basilika 2010
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"Cloister Eberbach" located in the near of "Eltville" (Germany/ Rhine/Rheingau). Founded in the mid 12th Century (1136). Former Cistercian abbey. The Romanesque and Gothic buildings are important monuments. “The Name of the Rose” (Sean Connery) was filmed here. Attractions: Tour of the monastery.

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Uploaded: 20/09/2010
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Tags: kloster; eberbach; cloister; monastery; zisterzienserabtei; abbey; cistercian abbey; rhein; eltville; goar; st. goarshausen; goarshausen; rose
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