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monastery church castle Oybin
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View from inside the abbey-church on the sandstone-rock Oybin in Saxony, Germany. The church was build in 1366 in gothic style from the stonemasons of prague. In 16th century a lightning destroyed and burned down the castle and the monastry to ruin. The acoustic is amazing, because there are a lot of concerts everytime. 

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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oybin_(Berg)

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Tags: monastry; cloister; abbey; church; oybin; castle; stonemason; sandstone; gothic; rock; ruin; saxony; monk; stone; window; door; tracery; tower; sculptere; acoustic; chant
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