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    Beuerberg Abbey

    Beuerberg Abbey (Kloster Beuerberg), formerly a monastery of the Augustinian Canons, is now the Monastery of the Visitation, Beuerberg, a house of the Visitandines in Eurasburg in Bavaria, Germany.

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    The monastery, dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, was founded in about 1120 by Count Otto of Eurasburg; the church was dedicated in 1127. It was damaged by fire in 1294 and again in 1330, when the library and archives were largely destroyed. It was a small house for most of the Middle Ages, but gained in numbers during the reforms originating from the monastery at Indersdorf of the mid 15th century. It suffered a collapse during the late 15th century and the first half of the 16th century, after which it experienced something of a revival.

    The abbey was sacked during the Thirty Years' War, but was rebuilt as early as the 1630s in the Baroque style by either Isaak Paader or Hans Krumpper. It became a part of the Lateran Congregation in 1710, when the prior was elevated to the rank of abbot, and more new building took place, starting in 1729. Thereafter it was a centre for scholarship and historical study. It was dissolved in 1803 in the course of the secularisation of Bavaria.

    The last abbot, Paul Hupfauer, chief librarian of the Electors of Bavaria, was appointed Library Commissioner in 1802 and during secularisation secured the transfer of many hundreds of books and manuscripts to the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State Library) and to Munich University library. The abbey church became the parish church.



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Eurasburg is a municipality in Oberbayern (Upper Bavaria). It sits about 40 kilometers south of the Bavarian state capital, Munich, in the county of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen.

Eurasburg is a municipality in Oberbayern (Upper Bavaria). It sits about 40 kilometers south of the Bavarian state capital, Munich, in the county of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen.

Since the redistricting reforms of 1978, the municipality of Eurasburg has had an area of 40.9 square kilometers, which includes 52 communities. The two largest communities are Eurasburg and Beuerberg. The municipality has a population of about 4,400.

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More about the History of Eurasburg

The Irings established their fiefdom in the Loisach valley. It covered an area from Herrenhausen to Lake Starnberg and from Wolfratshausen to the fief belonging to Benediktbeuern Abbey. The castle built by the Irings, Iringsburg, gave the community its name.

Albert von Iringsburg, as a follower of Emperor Henry IV, was anathematized by Pope Gregory VII. To atone for her father and husband, Berta von Iringsburg and her sons Otto and Eberhard founded an Augustine monastery in 1121, which is now in the hands of the Salesians of Don Bosco. The abbey administered all church possessions in the whole fiefdom.

Albert VI of Bavaria tore down the old Iringsburg in 1626. The manor house which stands today was built in the late Renaissance style according to the design of Peter Candid. The manor house burned down in 1976. It was rebuilt in the 1980s the manor house was rebuilt and is used for private apartments.

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Eurasburg is a municipality in Oberbayern (Upper Bavaria). It sits about 40 kilometers south of the Bavarian state capital, Munich, in the county of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen.

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