Rott Abbey

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Rott Abbey (Kloster Rott) was a Benedictine monastery in Rott am Inn in Bavaria, Germany.

History[edit]

The monastery, dedicated to Saints Marinus and Anianus, was founded in the late 11th century by Count (Pfalzgraf) Kuno of Rott (d. 1086). [1]

After it was dissolved in 1803 in the secularisation of Bavaria, the buildings were sold off to various private owners and largely demolished. The Rococo church however still remains.

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Coordinates: 47°58′57″N 12°07′45″E / 47.98250°N 12.12917°E / 47.98250; 12.12917