Monastery Raitenhaslach

Well worth is a visit to the over 800 year old monastery church Raitenhaslach (district Burghausen, Upper Bavaria). Built on a Roman core, the magnificent Baroque room with Roccoco interior, is leaving an overwhelming impression: "Raitenhaslach is not among the serene baroque churches of Bavaria, but among the most precious and lovable."
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Sanctuary of St. Mary Assumption

On the road in the district Raitenhaslach (incorporated 1978) from a hill high above the river you are welcomed by the colorful, twin-towered sanctuary St. Mary Assumption in Marienberg which is visible from far. It is also called "the pearl” of the Salzach river valley. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful Rococo churches in Bavaria. The fact that this church is dedicated to Maria is already significantly visible in the rise of the 53 steps. The first three represent faith, hope and love, the 50 the Rosary.
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Monastery Michaelbeuern

The monks of Michaelbeuern attempt by the running of a school and a boarding school to give young people assistance with a holistic personality development. The Retreat and Educational Institute is trying to impart parochial Benedictine spirituality for people looking for silence, meditation and religious depth, spread across retreats, monastery on time and during the training of employees.
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Monastery Reichersberg

An impressive Rococo building, which gives a nice impression of Bavarian monastic piety and love of life. The church is open during the day.
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