Rebdorf Abbey was founded around 1156 by Bishop Konrad I. von Morsbach. It flourished until the Thirty Years War, when it was badly damaged. The restoration took place in the 18th century and the new Baroque style church was built in 1732. The abbey was securalized in 1806. 

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Founded: 1156
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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Fleortex (2 years ago)
Schöne Architektur und wird gut instand gehalten
Hans Eisenrieder (3 years ago)
EI Rebdorf Kloster Sankt Johannes 18th century. A place you shouldn't go to. A calm without stress and noise, the best opportunity to let your nerves burn off, to shut down, to relax, to feel the calmness, to let go. An environment not to be exploited. This is the so-called Gabrieli-Hof. Builder Gabrieli was the 2nd Prince Episcopal Builder in EI. His trademark was the “ox eyes” at the top of the facade. Easy to see here.
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