Sebber Kloster Church
Sebber Nunnery Church is the most peculiar of the village churches, in the area, because the building was a nunnery for Benedictine nuns in 400 years, and after another 400 years it was used as a church residence.
What is the nave today is the original nunnery, and also where the dining hall, the chapter house and the dormitories were. At the time, the room was in two stories and today there can still be seen remains from the large wooden beams in the sides of the room.
These beams carried the separation between the two floors, and the areas that were left free, in the upper part of the southern wall, are remains of the resident closets that were built into the walls.
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