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It was dissolved in 1803 in the secularisation of Bavaria.
The premises came into the possession of the Counts of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, who in 1820 converted them into a country house. All that remains of the monastic structures is the prior's lodging, now used for guests, the ruins of the church and the perimeter wall.
- Klöster in Bayern: Grünau – Frankens älteste Kartause (German)
- Kartause Grünau (German)
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