Former Monastery Raitenhaslach

The monastery in Raitenhaslach has been mentioned for the first time in 788 AD. It thrived over the centuries and most buildings seen today date to the 18th century. In May 2016, the Technical University of Munich opened the TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach in this former monastery.

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The monastery's church on the left and the prelate post on the right.
Weather permitting, there is plenty of space to gather outside.
Old and new meet at the exterior view of the Aula Maior (also called Stony Hall).
The Orangery offers views of the river Salzach and across the river of Austria.
The workshop will be held in the Aula maior - also called the Stony Hall - with its 18th century ceiling frescos.
The "Aula maior" is set up with modern presentation equipment
Painting on ceiling.
Detail of a painting on the ceiling over the main staircase.
Hallway in the monastery.
Where technology meets monastery furniture...

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