Fers

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Pfäfers
... Pfäfers is a municipality in the Wahlkreis (constituency) of Sarganserland in the canton of St ... The villages Pfäfers, St ...
Sarganserland
... of Linth in the Helvetic Republic, the Sarganserland together with Pfäfers was joined to the canton of St ... The territory of Pfäfers lies along the Tamina, in the Rhine basin, and was not historically part of Sargans county but was independently owned by Pfäfers Abbey, and had been joined to the ...
Pfäfers Abbey
... Pfäfers Abbey (German Kloster Pfäfers), also known as St ... Pirminsberg from its position on a mountain, was a Benedictine monastery in Pfäfers near Bad Ragaz, in the canton of St ...
Ragatz
... Ragatz, also known as "Old Baths Pfäfers" or "Old Baths of Pfäfersin" in the 19th century and earlier, was a famous watering-place in the Swiss village of Bad Ragaz, situated on the left bank of the Rhine ... Since 1840 the hot mineral waters of Pfäfers were conducted in pipes to Ragatz, which is in a more pleasant position ... of the great Benedictine monastery, Pfäfers Abbey, to which all this region belonged until 1798 midway between them and Ragatz are the ruins of the 14th-century castle of Wartenstein ...
Pfäfers Abbey - Sources
... is based on a translation of the article Kloster Pfäfers from the German Wikipedia ... Paul Diebolder Aus dem Kulturleben der Benediktiner-Abtei Pfäfers im Mittelalter und deren Beziehungen zu Liechtenstein, 1931 Das Kloster Pfävers, edited by the St Gallen ... Gallen, 1883 Die Abtei Pfäfers — Geschichte und Kultur, Stiftsarchiv St Gallen, 1983 and 1985 ...