The ruins of the Hunting Logde at Hirsau Abbey in Baden-Würtemberg, Germany.


The coat of arms of Hirsau

Hirsau is a small town in Baden-Württemberg primarily known for its ruined abbey. Hirsau Abbey was once one of the most important benedictine abbey in German lands and a centre of the Cluniac Reforms. The local Saint Aurelius church, which was constructed between 1059 and 1071, is still in use today.