Zobor Abbey

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The copy of the founding decree of Zobor convent (from 1113)

The Zobor Abbey was a Benedictine monastery established at Zobor (today part of Nitra, Slovakia) in the Kingdom of Hungary. The abbey was first mentioned by royal charters issued in 1111 and 1113, during the rule of Coloman, King of Hungary.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Font 2001, p. 71.

Sources[edit]

  • Font, Márta (2001). Koloman the Learned, King of Hungary (Supervised by Gyula Kristó, Translated by Monika Miklán). Márta Font (supported by the Publication Commission of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Pécs). ISBN 963-482-521-4. 

Coordinates: 48°20′43″N 18°05′30″E / 48.3453°N 18.0917°E / 48.3453; 18.0917