For more than thirty years, the former monastery from the thirteenth century—converted in the nineteenth century to a Neo-Gothic Tudor Revival ensemble—was home to the painter Georg Baselitz before he sold it to the broker and contemporary art collector Andrew Hall from New York. After nearly ten years of renovation, which also included the former service buildings, the historic castle ensemble with a selection of the collection comprised of roughly 5,500 works of art is now accessible to the public within the framework of guided tours.

Day trip on August 24, 2018.

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