Content management:

Kloster Seeon, Centre of Culture and Education in Upper Bavaria

Klosterweg 1, 83370 Seeon

Telephone: 08624 897-0, fax: 08624 897-210


VAT ID: DE 161274993

Authorised Representative & General Manager: Gerald Schölzel

Legal status:
Kloster Seeon is under the ownership and control of the Upper Bavarian authorities. The administrative region of Upper Bavaria is an authority with the status of a legal person as regards public law, and is represented by Josef Mederer – the President of the Upper Bavarian Regional Assembly.

Content management:
Inge Ederer-Posch, Johanna Binder, Bernadette Hell (contact details above)

Websites identified by name shall report the opinions and findings of the listed persons.

Photography: Günter Standl (, Seeon Abbey team members at public events

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Liability disclaimer:
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