Kloster Ebrach

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Ebrach Abbey  Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q315482
Ebrach Abbey
Native name Kloster Ebrach
Parent institution Morimond Abbey Edit this at Wikidata
Location Ebrach, Upper Franconia, Germany
Coordinates 49° 50′ 49″ N, 10° 29′ 39″ E Link to OpenStreetMap Link to Google Maps Edit this at Wikidata
Established 1127 Edit this at Wikidata
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institution QS:P195,Q315482

Ebrach Abbey (Kloster Ebrach) was a Cistercian monastery in Ebrach in Oberfranken, Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the Bishopric of Würzburg. The abbey, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, Saint John the Evangelist and Saint Nicholas, was founded in 1126 or 1127 by Conrad III of Germany, his consort Gertrude, who at her death in 1146 was buried here, and various Frankish nobles, including Berno and Richwin. It was settled by twelve monks from Morimond Abbey in Burgundy, under the first abbot, Adam of Ebrach. It was dissolved during the secularisation of Bavaria in 1803. The abbey church became the local parish church.

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