Esrum

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Esrum Abbey
... Esrum Abbey, also Esrom Abbey (Danish Esrum or Esrom Kloster) was the second Cistercian monastery founded in Denmark, located near Hillerød in Region Hovedstaden, on the island of ...
Esrum Abbey - History - Monastery
... Esrum Abbey began as a Benedictine foundation, perhaps in about 1140, and was built near a pre-Christian religious site, later called Esrum Spring, where a small wooden ... Esrum in its turn became in the course of time the mother house of a number of other important Cistercian foundations Vitskøl Abbey and Sorø Abbey in Denmark Ryd Abbey, now in Schleswig-Holstein and Kołbacz ... Monks from Esrum also founded Dargun Abbey in Mecklenburg in 1172, but abandoned it after hostile military action in 1198, and the later history of Dargun rests on its re-foundation ...
The New Grove Dictionary Of Music And Musicians - Humour
... Dag Henrik Esrum-Hellerup was the subject of a hoax entry in the 1980 New Grove ... Esrum-Hellerup's surname derives from a Danish village and a suburb of Copenhagen ... Though successfully introduced into the encyclopaedia, Esrum-Hellerup appeared in the first printing only soon exposed as a hoax, the entry was removed and the space filled with an illustration ...
Hillerød - Attractions
... Esrum Abbey ("Esrum Kloster") is a Cistercian monastery dating from 1151 ... Next to the monastery is "Esrum Møllegaard", the Nature and Environmental Centre of Ecology ...
List Of Cistercian Monasteries - Europe - Scandinavia
... Sweden 1566 Julita Abbey 1160 Södermanland, Sweden 1527 Esrum Kloster 1151 by Archbishop Eskild Bernard of Clairvaux Zealand, Denmark (Sjælland) After The Reformation 1536 Very important abbey in. 1580 Founded by monks from Esrum Abbey Vitskøl Kloster 1158 by Archbishop Eskild Jutland, Denmark After The Reformation 1536 Founded by monks from Esrum Varnhem, Sweden Roma Abbey 1164 Gotland, Sweden ...