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Admont Monastery, Admont

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  • We have not visited the museum, but we have a very nice time had on the beautiful grounds. 11 euros for such a special issue occurs, are maybe for an or other random visitors too much. certainly indispensable for connoisseurs! the Church extends an invitation to the reflect the herb garden, or the PIN garden invites to the soul-dangle-let. on the pond, watching the swans were garden above the one of the first Stork flew and in the garden of spring just blossomed! in the Museum shop very nice advice and instruction! even the cemetery is open to visit.
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  • The library is the largest library worldwide. The size alone is but certainly not the decisive. The Hall has fortunately not plum showy Baroque. He not shy holding back though with its bright colors, primarily White, have a decent, friendly, much emphasis was placed on top of light, to prevent the dark of such huge Hall. Bertolomeo Altomonte painted with 80 years of excellent ceiling paintings, the sculptures of Josef Stammel are full of interesting symbolism. Tens of thousands volumes are stored in the room, including one should wear very warm clothing manuscripts invaluable to read here - the room is jokingly called the fridge. Most of the other parts of the pen, as the Church, were rebuilt after a devastating fire in neo-Gothic style.
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  • Worth a visit. Magnificent library. Most importantly, very bright and not so dark as elsewhere. Beautiful terrain. The Abbot was very nice and welcomed us.
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