The monastery areal houses a large building complex of the former Minorite monastery of which are part of: Clarissian convent, South wing of convent, South-west wing, convent gardens, between the entrance hall and the southern wall of the St. Wolfgang Chapel are barrel vaulted rooms of the monastery kitchen (visible remains of a huge chimney), a tower is situated in front of the western facade of the convent. The so-called Beguine Convent is a bit similar to the Minorite Convent, its foundation originally had been a Gothic cloister. In the past the St. Clara convent also included a complex of a few convent gardens, at present the courtyard of the former Clarissian convent, the former paradise court, lacks the previous garden originally known as “Garden of Eden” which is now overbuilt by the chapel “Panny Marie Einsiedelské”. The building of the former Clarrisian convent is used for accommodations up to the present.Also has the monastery quite some ghost stories and legends.
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