UNESCO World Heritage Site Cloister Lorsch / Topotek 1

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UNESCO World Heritage Site Cloister Lorsch / Topotek 1

?Lorsch Abbey? in Southern Hesse was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1991. The first monastery on the site was the Altenmünster which dates from the reign of Pippin the Short. As the monastery gained spiritual and economic influence an abbey was built nearby on a huge glacial dune. The complex became an important centre for restoring the cultur...
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  • Source of publication: 29-05-2021

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