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Augustinian Monastery

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Augustinian Monastery
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The gorgeous medieval atmosphere of this carefully maintained monastery offers a unique stay for visitors to Erfurt.  This national heritage site of special cultural interest stands close to the city centre and offers great access to the many local amenities, while at the same time provides memorably calm surroundings due to its prior role as a home for monks.

The famed German friar Martin Luther lived at the Augustinian Monastery from 1505 to 1511, so a standing exhibition was opened in May 2002 and remains in the former monks' dormitory.

Location

This property is in the city centre of Erfurt, so it is close to the many local amenities, but the surroundings mean that the calm atmosphere of the monastery fills the grounds.

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The rooms deliberately do not feature TV, radio, telephone, etc, to fit in with the monastery's contemplative and relaxing atmosphere.

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