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Schulpforta

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School gate, formerly Schulpforta (hence Pforta country), is a district of Naumburg district Bad Kosen. School entrance is on the hall between Bad Kosen and Naumburg. The federal highway 87 leads along the hall through the village.

Bishop Udo I of the 1137 Naumburg moved a few years earlier, founded in Schmölln and with monks from the monastery Walkenried occupied Cistercian monastery in the hall and gave him the name claustrum apud portam (Monastery of the doors) or Sanctae Mariae ad portam (St . Mary to the gate). The monks cultivated the land around the monastery and making it to one of the richest monasteries of eastern Thuringia. 1150 the church was built as a Romanesque basilica and rebuilt from 1251 to 1320 to the present Gothic church. As early as 1209 is the monasterii Cistercienisi ordinid aput portam, which was under special protection of the Saxon dukes, duly called 27 places with a total number of 163 hooves, plus of woodlands and meadows. Later, the monastery is through inheritance, donation and purchase one of the largest landowners in northern Thuringia.

After the secularization of the monastery in 1540 the Duke Moritz of Saxony founded there on 21 May 1543 one of the three schools Saxon prince, in whose tradition is housed in the former convent buildings still existing country Pforta.

1657, the Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels in a spiritual school gate inspection, the Office Pforta set, which took over the canonical supervision until 1749. The churches and schools in all places in the offices schriftsässigen Freyburg, White Rock and Eckartsberga were placed under her.

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And there we must leave you, O my most pure and holy children.

Text by Steve Smith.

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