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The Cistercian monastery church in Maulbronn was built between around 1145 and its consecration in 1178 in a
rapid construction progress, characterized by an unusually large number of changes of plan. The unique original roof structure, large Gothic tracery windows and the monumental wooden ridge turret
from 1397 contribute to its high artistic and architectural significance. The great Madonna,
Gothic wall paintings and a magnificent three-seater have been preserved from its furnishings.
The extensive restoration from 1998 to 2004 gave rise to intensive research into the
East building of the church and its furnishings.

Matthias Untermann: “The church of the Maulbronn Cistercian monastery”

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