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The Benedictine Abbey
The Abbey Church
The Organ
The Library
The Green Banquet Hall
The Refektorium
The "Seegarten"
The Royal Stables
The "Wildenburg"

The over 1250 year old Benedictine Abbey Amorbach is one of the oldest abbeys east of the Rhine. The abbey was founded by abbot "Amor" around 734 and herewith gave the town its name. It was not until over a thousand years later that the abbey got its present look through Maximilian von Welsh.

He had the dark Middle Age church rebuilt into a bright Baroque church at the same time with the Refektorium, the Green Banquet Hall and the library, by Ignaz von Neumann.

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