Adeliges Kloster Itzehoe mit Äbtissinnendenkmal
Itzehoe Monastery was founded in the Middle Ages and still exists today. Today’s monastery courtyard corresponds to the approximate perimeter of the former monastery complex and includes monuments from different periods.
One of them is the Abbess House, official residence of the abbess of the noble monastery and the main house of the monastery courtyard, built in 1696. Inside the abbesses’ house is the Covent Hall from 1723, furnished with lavish rococo stucco and still today the banquet hall of the conventual nuns. You will also see the Verbitter House, the official residence of the Verbitter.