Cistercian monastery Rüde
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the monastery was continued to shift north of the monastery Guldholm 1192 at the long lake with Schleswig. Bishop Nicolaus von Schleswig knows the Rudekloster 1209 bishop tenth in Munkbrarup, basic yard and Broacker too. 1433 received the Rudekloster the right at the income of the barrier travel place Klues (hdt. Klause). Around 1400 Pope had Bonifacius IX. the chapel spoken apart from these wondrous Klause (Einsiedelei) north of Flensburg holy and four years and 40 days drain awarded to benefactors and visitors. In the reformation 1538 the monastery are secularized and the extensive Ländereien, building and probably valuable goods by the duke of Schleswig-Holstein special castle are taken over. 1582 are destroyed the monastery, and the duke Johann the younger one builds his new luck citizen lock on the reason.
traces of the monastery
when discharging the water of the surge tank were sighted the wall fragments by auxiliary buildings of the former monastery and graves of monks.
In October 2005 the water of the lock pond was again discharged. Owing to the co-operation of the archaeological national office, the institute for geosciences and the donation lock luck castle magnetic investigations of the drying-pleased soil of the lock pond could be made. It resulted in the evaluation of the measurements that the situation of the former Rudeklosters admits now is: In the middle in close-calibrate, approx. , was 100 m western of the today's Kavalierhauses as central building a dreischiffige monastic church with semicircular Apsis. The building extended approximately 60 m long in exact east west adjustment. At the south side the cloister followed , its eastern side the Dormitorium. Northward the monastery complex was locked from the east to the west end of the church with a halbkreisgförmigen wall.
the Cistercians came from France and perfected the agriculture in this fruitful area of fishing. The monastery possessed large Ländereien and forests. They carried white Kutten with black Skapulier and lived after the Benediktinerregel obediently, being silent and humiliate.
possession of the monastery
the monastery had a rivaling connection to the urban Flensburger Franziskanerkloster. Both monasteries stood usually faithfully to the Danish king, to the duke of Schleswig and to the counts von Holstein.