Kartause Buxheim is an impressive example of a former Carthusian monastery in Germany. The best-preserved monastery of its kind, it offers visitors the opportunity to explore Baroque churches built by the Zimmermann brothers, view various museums and a monk's cell. The magnificent church impresses with artistic frescoes and an impressive organ. You can enjoy the idyllic atmosphere on a walk through the monastery garden.
The highlight of the Charterhouse is the grandiose choir stalls, which were created by Ignaz Waibl between 1687 and 1691 and are considered a work of art of European importance. With its legal status as an imperial charterhouse and its valuable library and art treasures, the Buxheim Charterhouse has been known since it was founded in 1402. Overall, the Kartause Buxheim is a fascinating monastery that takes visitors on a journey back in time and gives an insight into the life of monks in the Middle Ages and modern times.
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