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Damenstiftskirche St. Anna

Damenstiftskirche St. Anna

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  • Lisa im Ländle

    Nice church in Munich

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    • August 9, 2021

  • Harald Schramm (Schocker)

    In 1440 Duke Albrecht III. from Bavaria-Munich a chapel at the house of the Indersdorf monastery community in Altheim, at that time still an independent village in the area of today's "Altheimer Eck" street. This chapel had to give way to a new Gothic building that was built according to plans by Lukas Rottaler and inaugurated in 1496.The monastery dedicated to St. Anna was founded in 1671 by Adelheid Henriette von Savoyen, wife of Elector Ferdinand Maria von Bayern.Source and more info
    de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damenstiftskirche_(M%C3%BCnchen)

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    • May 14, 2022

  • Pat2000

    Baroque church, 1732-1735 by Johann Baptist Gunetzrhainer. Predecessor Church Was a chapel built in 1440 by Duke Albrecht III. Who served the Indersdorf monastery community in Altheim. This village on what is now Altheimer Eck Street did not yet belong to Munich. The women's collegiate church was destroyed in World War II except for the outer walls. The reconstruction took place in 1980 under Erwin Schleich. Today the women's convent is a junior high school.

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    • March 8, 2022

  • JakobusPilger

    Saint Anne is the mother of Mary, the mother of God, i.e. the grandmother of Jesus Christ, which is not attested to in the biblical texts. However, it is mentioned in apocryphal writings (that is, writings that are not included in the canon of the Bible), for example in the so-called "Protoevangelium of James". There is no historically reliable information about the life of Anna, but there are numerous stories that have been handed down, which are summarized, for example, in the medieval "Legenda Aurea" by the Dominican monk Jacobus de Voragine. Among other things, she is the patroness of the Annakirche in Düren (NRW), where a piece of her skullcap is kept as a relic.
    In the church calendar, the memorial day of Saint Anne - together with her husband Joachim - is on July 26th.

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    • November 23, 2022

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