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Kloster Zinna

Das Kloster Zinna wurde 1170 im Todesjahr des Askaniers Albrecht der Bär, dem Gründer der Mark Brandenburg gegründet. Erbaut wurde das Kloster in den Sümpfen der Nuthe von Mönchen, die aus der Zisterzienserabtei Altenberg bei Köln kamen. Die Mönche legten das Gebiet trocken und verwandelten es in fruchtbares Land. Das Kloster gewann wirtschaftliche Bedeutung für die Region. Im Jahr 1285 wurden vom Kloster die Stadt Luckenwalde und elf umliegende Dörfer gekauft. Auf dem Höhepunkt seiner wirtschaftlichen Blüte im Jahr 1307 betrug die Ausdehnung des Klosterbesitzes nahezu 300 km². 

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Copyright: Reinhard Schubert
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 9288x4644
Taken: 27/05/2012
Hochgeladen: 04/07/2012


Tags: monestary
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