Cloister Oberzell in Zell am Main 2011
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Cloister Oberzell in Zell am Main 2011

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Only 6 km from "Würzburg" is the former Premonstratensian-monastery "Oberzell" in "Zell am Main". The convent building was built by “Balthasar Neumann” (1744). During the Napoleonic wars, the monastery served as a hospital. In 1817, printing presses were installed in the cloister. Since 1924, the monastery is the seat of the "Zeller Schwestern “.

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