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Kloster Moellenbeck
Germany

Das in Möllenbeck stehende Kloster ist circa 1200 Jahre alt. Es wurde von der Edeldame Hildburg geründet , nach der auch die Eisberger Kirche benannt wurde. Auf dem Gelände befindet sich ein Cafe mit einem Biergarten

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Uploaded: 28/04/2012
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