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Stift Melk
Lower Austria

Das Benediktinerkloster Stift Melk liegt in Niederösterreich bei der Stadt Melk am rechten Ufer der Donau. Der heutige (Barock-)Bau wurde in den Jahren 1702–1746 von Jakob Prandtauer errichtet.

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