Zwettl

Zwettl is a town and district capital in Lower Austria. It is chiefly known as the location of Zwettl Abbey, first mentioned in October 1139.

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Zwettl - People
... See also category People from Zwettl Josef Haslinger (born 1955), writer, born here (de) Florian Metz, born here (Johann) Michael von Puchberg (1741–1822), merchant, philanthropist, born here Peter Härtling ...
List Of Cistercian Monasteries - Europe - Austria
... Observance 1129 Near Gratwein, Austria http//www.stift-rein.at/ Zwettl Abbey Common Observance 1138 Zwettl, Lower Austria http//www.stift-zwettl.at/ ...
Zwettl Abbey - History
... Zwettl Abbey was founded in 1137 by Hadmar I of Kuenring, with Herrmann, a monk of Heiligenkreuz Abbey, as its first abbot (1137–47) ... Zwettl Abbey soon became one of the most important monasteries in the order ... Near the end of the fifteenth century, over forty monks lived in Zwettl Abbey ...
Kirchschlag, Zwettl
... Kirchschlag is a municipality in the district of Zwettl, in Lower Austria, Austria. ...