The house is in the (then Hundsgasse) MönchstraßeFirst mentioned in Nürtingen in 1465. Prior to 1513, "Seelschwestern" came into the possession of this property, which in the 1540s relied on generous support from the Nürtingen hospital to override all of their possessions against a pension in 1551. The last sister died in "Klösterle" in 1580. The Beguine House was preserved in Baden-Württemberg. The building is located below the town church and is set back by the superior garden of the otherwise regular building monk road. The plastered half-timbered house on a stone pedestal
stands giebelständig to the street. The mighty, inserted on the right side gable
marks the entrance and is an ingredient from the 17th century.The Beguines were a non-ordained female community who made their living by nursing and working and lived together. Their social tasks were carried out under the protection of the respective city administration.With the Reformation ended the time of most Beguine communities.In addition to Nürtingen have also received in Bad Cannstatt, Owen and Vaihingen / Enz houses of this group.The name Klösterle or Nonnenhaus remained the house.
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