Lorsch, an Unesco site village – Germany

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The Abbey of Losch was very wealthy during the Carolingian Empire and it had possessions spread through the Holy German ‘Reich’. Some of these possessions are in the Netherlands and some as far south as the Bodensee. Unfortunately after the 30-year-war there was not much left of this once reknown abbey. However, the last remaining gate is now an Unesco site and it is a nice place to visit for a day.

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