Abbey and Museum Neuzelle

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Monastery museum in the cloister - Neuzelle Monastery
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  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Florian Läufer , Lizenz: Seenland Oder-Spree
The monastery museum in the late Gothic cloister not only shows the monastery history through valuable exhibits, but also its exciting interrelationships with current religious and political events in Germany and Europe. The founding period, the destruction by Hussites in the 15th century, the heyday in the Baroque period up to the dissolution of the monastery in 1817 come to life.

The cloister

The cloister with its adjoining rooms was built between 1380 and 1450 and has been preserved in its late Gothic form. Impressive ribbed vaults and wall paintings are examples of the finest Cistercian architecture and bear witness to the importance of the monastery in the late Middle Ages.

The permanent exhibition

In the permanent exhibition, valuable individual pieces and art objects from the monastery furnishings as well as digital processing illustrate the monastery history.

On display in the 2018 exhibition is Abbot Martinus Graff's consecration vestments, which he had made in 1741 with the most precious silk embroidery, and a digital copy of the monastery atlas from 1758, which also contains the original plans of the baroque monastery garden.

Since 2023, the exhibition has been expanded to include a large room in which the history of the monastery after the dissolution in 1817 can be learned more closely using digital applications, interview stations and exhibits.

Visitors can tour the cloister and the monastery museum as part of a guided tour or using the monastery app. In addition, the cloister also offers museum educational offerings with thematic workshops, which include a guided tour for children and young people as well as practical experience in dealing with historical materials.
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Monastery museum in the cloister - Neuzelle Monastery
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  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery museum in the cloister, Foto: Bernd Geller
The monastery museum in the late Gothic cloister not only shows the monastery history through valuable exhibits, but also its exciting interrelationships with current religious and political events in Germany and Europe. The founding period, the destruction by Hussites in the 15th century, the heyday in the Baroque period up to the dissolution of the monastery in 1817 come to life.

The cloister

The cloister with its adjoining rooms was built between 1380 and 1450 and has been preserved in its late Gothic form. Impressive ribbed vaults and wall paintings are examples of the finest Cistercian architecture and bear witness to the importance of the monastery in the late Middle Ages.

The permanent exhibition

In the permanent exhibition, valuable individual pieces and art objects from the monastery furnishings as well as digital processing illustrate the monastery history.

On display in the 2018 exhibition is Abbot Martinus Graff's consecration vestments, which he had made in 1741 with the most precious silk embroidery, and a digital copy of the monastery atlas from 1758, which also contains the original plans of the baroque monastery garden.

Since 2023, the exhibition has been expanded to include a large room in which the history of the monastery after the dissolution in 1817 can be learned more closely using digital applications, interview stations and exhibits.

Visitors can tour the cloister and the monastery museum as part of a guided tour or using the monastery app. In addition, the cloister also offers museum educational offerings with thematic workshops, which include a guided tour for children and young people as well as practical experience in dealing with historical materials.
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Stiftsplatz 7

15898 Neuzelle

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