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“Metten Abbey, or St. Michael's Abbey at Metten (in German Abtei Metten or Kloster Metten) is a...Metten Abbey
“St. James's Abbey (St. Jakob zu den Schotten) was a Benedictine monastery in Würzburg. It was...St. James's Abbey, Würzburg
“Zwiefalten Abbey (in German Kloster Zwiefalten, Abtei Zwiefalten or after 1750, Reichsabtei...Zwiefalten Abbey
“St. Ulrich's and St. Afra's Abbey, Augsburg (German: Kloster Sankt Ulrich und Afra Augsburg) is...St. Ulrich's and St. Afra's Abbey, Augsburg
“Michaelsberg Abbey or Michelsberg Abbey, also St. Michael's Abbey, Bamberg (German: Kloster...Michaelsberg Abbey, Bamberg
“Beuron Archabbey (in German Erzabtei Beuron, otherwise Erzabtei St. Martin) is a major house of...Beuron Archabbey
“Mosbach Abbey (Kloster Mosbach) was a Benedictine monastery, later a monastery of Augustinian...Mosbach Abbey
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