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St. Emmeram's Abbey 
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Instance ofimperial abbey,
abbey-principality (1731)
Named after
Location Regensburg, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany
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Heritage designation
  • Kulturdenkmal
Inception
  • 1295 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
  • 739
Dissolved, abolished or demolished
  • 1803
Structure replaced by
49° 00′ 55.08″ N, 12° 05′ 34.08″ E
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abbazia di Sant'Emmerano (it); Szent Emmerám-apátság (hu); аббатство Святого Эммерама (ru); Abaty St. Emmeram (cy); абацтва Святога Эмерама (be); 圣宜美拉修院 (zh); 聖エメラム修道院 (ja); Abadia de St. Emmeram (pt-br); Klouschter Sankt Emmeram (lb); Klasztor św. Emmerama (pl); St. Emmeram's Abbey (nb); Abdij Sankt Emmeram (nl); Kloster Sankt Emmeram (de); abbaye Saint-Emmeran (fr); St. Emmeram's Abbey (en); abadía de San Emmeran (es); Opatství sv. Jimrama (cs); Klosta Sankt Emmeram (bar) аббатство в Регенсбурге (ru); Kirchengebäude in Regensburg (de); abbey (en); zabytkowy klasztor benedyktynów Ratyzbonie w Niemczech (pl); édifice religieux allemand (fr); abdij in Regensburg, Duitsland (nl) abadia de San Emmeran (es)
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This is the category of the Bavarian Baudenkmal (cultural heritage monument) with the ID
D-3-62-000-350

St. Emmeram's Abbey was a Benedictine monastery in Regensburg, Bavaria (Germany). After the abbey's dissolution in the early 19th century, its main church (now St. Emmeram's Basilica) and a smaller church (now St. Rupert's Church) remained in use for worship. The cloisters of the former abbey and other buildings were given to the Princes of Thurn und Taxis in 1812, who converted them into a palace (now St. Emmeram's Palace or Thurn und Taxis Palace).

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