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Abtei brauweiler marienhof
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Diese interaktive Panoramafotografie zeigt den Marienhof und den Kreuzgang der Abtei Brauweiler sowie die heutige Pfarrkirche St. Nikolaus. Die Steinstatue der doppelköpfigen Madonna im Zentrum des Marienhofes ist mit einem Kranz von 12 Sternen umgeben und stammt aus den Jahren 1774/75.

1136 wurde unter Abt Aemilius der dritte Bau von Kirche und Kloster begonnen und bis nach 1200 fortgeführt. Das Benediktinerkloster wurde bereits 1024 vom lothringischen Pfalzgrafen Ehrenfried und seiner Gemahlin Mathilde begründet.

1802 wurden alle geistlichen Einrichtungen durch einen Beschluss Napoleons geschlossen.

Brauweiler liegt westlich von Köln und gehört zur Stadt Pulheim.

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