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Beuron, Abbey of.

Benedictine abbey, SW Ger., on N bank of Danube ca. 8 mi. NE of Tuttlingen. Originally est. as monastery for Augustinian Canons. Given to the brothers Maurus (1825–90) and Placidus (1828–1908) Wolter by Princess Katharina von Hohenzollern 1863; constituted an abbey 1868. Known for work in liturgical reform. Home of Palimpsest Institute.


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