Lehnin Abbey

Local nameKloster Lehnin
LocationLehnin, Germany

Lehnin Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery in Lehnin in Brandenburg, Germany. Founded in 1180 and secularized during the Protestant Reformation in 1542, it has accommodated the Luise-Henrietten-Stift, a Protestant deaconesses' house since 1911. The foundation of the monastery in the newly established Margraviate of Brandenburg was an important step in the high medieval German Ostsiedlung; today the extended Romanesque and Gothic brickstone buildings, largely restored in the 1870s, are a significant part of Brandenburg's cultural heritage.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lehnin_Abbey

Official Website https://www.diakonissenhaus.de/menu/zentrum-kloster-lehnin/

Coordinates 52°19'14.569" N 12°44'37.462" E

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