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Stift Nonnberg

Salzburg, Austria
4.7 / 9
The history of Salzburg began with Nonnberg Abbey. The monastery was founded by Saint Rupert in the 8th century, and from that time it functioned as a convent for noble representatives of aristocratic families (only from the 19th century ordinary girls began to be admitted here). Thanks to the generous donations of wealthy sisters, the abbey amassed an impressive fortune and began to enjoy serious influence in the surrounding lands.
Address:Nonnberggasse 2, Salzburg
Phone:+43 662 841607

Maryam Klidsar

Nonnberg Abbey is in fact the oldest nunnery in German-speaking countries that is still working coninously since its construction in 714. It is a cath.. Read more »

Shaghayegh Yas

enchanting… a peaceful place. It has two huge and beautiful trees in front of it. The view to the city is very beautiful too. If you are the sound’s o.. Read more »

jon hannasch

It is a hike up the hill, but the view is great!

Ideal Thunder

I couldn't get inside but it looks good! The nuns we're very nice and polite. It's so quiet all you could hear is the nuns singing. Although I couldn'.. Read more »


Very nice reciving here!

Backpacker _Hiker

So peaceful! Beautiful convent! Heard nuns singing. Nice views too!

Slightly Mad Lobster Dad

You are here to take photos outside of this ancient convent. You can't get in. A certain Von Trapp wedding took place here (for real it did) . Make su.. Read more »

David Knowles

Sound of music monastery. We were fortunate enough to hear singing practice.

Subodh Sri

Serene place with great views

Jane H

Silent and cozy but still historical place ,good for walk and think..

sai kiran

A historic place in salzburg. Nice location with a great view to enjoy. Worth a visit.

Eugene Eremchenko

Thought-provoking place, one of the best I visited in Salzburg. Full of peace, love, faith. Very interesting graveyard. Time is like disappeared here,.. Read more »

Juan Morales

This is a beautifully maintained cemetery with graves dating back several centuries. Very interesting just walking through and reading the inscription.. Read more »

Rita Neyer, PhD

Off the beaten track on the side of the Mönchsberg and just a few minutes to walk lies this gem of a historical building and what must be one of the m.. Read more »