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Monheim (Bavaria) Overview

Incorporated villages include Rehau, Flotzheim, Weilheim, Wittesheim, Warching, Kölburg, Itzing, and Ried.

Things to See in Monheim (Bavaria)

The Stadtpfarrkirche, the catholic parish and convent church, dating from 1500

The Kreuzgang, the former convent courtyard, adjacent to the church, dating from the 12th century

The Rathaus, the town hall, former Jewish residence, dating from 1714, open to the public

The two Stadttore, the southern and northern gates of the town, dating from the 14th century

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More about the History of Monheim (Bavaria)

The origins of Monheim date back into the 7th century, when a village was formed at the crossing of the Gailach, a small river running into the Altmühl. From 870, a Benedictian convent existed within the small town. In 893, the abbess of the convent, Mother Liubila, transferred it to the Bishop of Eichstätt, Erchanbald, and it was then that Monheim was first mentioned in an official document. It became an important place of pilgrimage due to the relics of Saint Walpurga, a former abbess of the convent in Eichstätt. Unlike virtually all of Schwaben, which belongs to the Diocese of Augsburg, Monheim is still part of the Diocese of Eichstätt today.

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Monheim is a municipality in the Donau-Ries district, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated 15 km northeast of Donauwörth, and 27 km east of Nördlingen. It lies in the Regierungsbezirk Schwaben.

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