Zarrentin Abbey

Zarrentin, Germany

The Cistercian Zarrentin Abbey was founded around 1250 and securalized in 1552 due the Reformation. Parts of the monastery have survived and the the abbey church is today a parish church.

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Seehof, Zarrentin, Germany
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Details

Founded: 1250
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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Aliaksandr Yanchanka (2 years ago)
managed to visit a small town not far from Hamburg. beautiful, cozy, calm. a small town surrounded by fields where horses graze.
Carsten (2 years ago)
A beautiful, old brick church with a carillon (time display). The interior can also be visited. We didn't go to the monastery itself.
Ewelina Pawlik (2 years ago)
Very nice building. From the monastery, a wonderful view of the Schaalsee lake ... A wonderful place to walk ...
Wotan Behrend (3 years ago)
Autumn market perfect for eye wash, nice friendly volunteer museum ...
dimo dimitrov (3 years ago)
Nice area but nothing remarkable. On the top - all parking spots are payable, even on weekend. Not best way to attract tourists.
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