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Siegburg, Benedictian Monastry Michaelsberg, Church St. Michael View 2
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In 1064 Anno II. Archbishop of Cologne founded the Abbey St. Michael in Siegburg. In 2011 the Abbey was closed down. The buildings of the current abbey and church were built in Baroque times (17th and 18th century).

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