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The imposing, 80-meter-long building, constructed in the 1590s from reused stones from older monastery buildings, was originally used to store the tithe (Zehnt in German). Today, the three compartments of the post-monastic barn contain objects from over 200 years of excavation history at Lorsch Abbey, which have been brought together there for the first time since 2015 and reassembled at their place of origin, where they can be further researched and presented in changing contexts.

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