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    Wessobrunn Abbey

    Wessobrunn Abbey (Kloster Wessobrunn) was a Benedictine monastery near Weilheim in Bavaria, Germany.

    It is celebrated as the home of the famous Wessobrunn Prayer and also of a Baroque school of stucco workers and plasterers in the 18th century.

    From the 16th century to the secularisation of Wessobrunn in 1803, its monks displayed a continuous rare literary activity and some of them acquired fame as authors and teachers in various schools of Germany. Among the best known are: the historians Stephan Leopolder (d. 1532) and Cölestin Leutner (d. 1759); the theologians Thomas Ringmayr (d. 1652), Thomas Erhard (d. 1743), Veremund Eisvogl (d. 1761), Alphonse Campi (d. 1769), Ulrich Mittermayr (d. 1770), Virgil Sedlmayr (d. 1772), Sympert Schwarzhuber (d. 1795); the canonists Gregor Zallwein (d. 1766) and Johann Kleinmayern (the last abbot of Wessobrunn; d. 1810); and the librarian and scientist Anselm Ellinger (d. 1816). Among these Leutner, Campi, Eisvogl, and Mittermayr collaborated in the edition of a large concordance of the Bible which was published in 1751.



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Weilheim in Oberbayern (German: Weilheim i.Ob.) is a town in Germany, the capital of the district Weilheim-Schongau in the south of Bavaria.

Weilheim in Oberbayern (German: Weilheim i.Ob.) is a town in Germany, the capital of the district Weilheim-Schongau in the south of Bavaria.

Weilheim has an old city-wall, historic houses and a museum.

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Weilheim in Oberbayern (German: Weilheim i.Ob.) is a town in Germany, the capital of the district Weilheim-Schongau in the south of Bavaria.

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