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Monasteries are import cultural factors in Europe since millennia. The cultural traveller finds in this database monasteries for stimulating visits, contemplation and prayer, but also for overnight stays and stepovers in monastery shops. The entries in the module "museums" refer at the bottom to nearby monasteries. Enjoy!
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Monastery of the Fratri Consolatorum de Gethsemani
SK-90033 Marianka / Mariatal / Marienthal / Márivölgi (Bratislavský kraj)

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"Marianka is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava region, in the foothills of the Little Carpathians." (Wikipedia)
 
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"The village is the oldest pilgrimage site in Slovakia and the first pilgrimage site dedicated to Virgin Mary in the area of former Hungarian Kingdom. It used to be as famous as the well known Mariazell in Austria and the Polish pilgrimage place Czêstochowa. The communist regime between years 1948-1989 suppressed all religious activity and the village as a pilgrimage site was planned for demise, however the village survived...

The village is the oldest pilgrimage site in Slovakia and the first pilgrimage site dedicated to Virgin Mary in the area of former Hungarian Kingdom. It used to be as famous as the well known Mariazell in Austria and the Polish pilgrimage place Czêstochowa. The communist regime between years 1948-1989 suppressed all religious activity and the village as a pilgrimage site was planned for demise, however the village survived.

The corner stone of church was laid by Louis I. the Great in 1377, in response to spreading word about rumoured miracles. Church was finished in 1380 and it administration was given to Order of St. Paul. Pauline Fathers administered the parish for 400 years. During the time Marianka was several times raided by Turkish hordes. The statue of Virgin Mary had to be hidden in Pajštún fortress. The number of pilgrimers rose with its peak in 1730 when 50,000 visitors attended the church service. To meet the growing number of visitors, Chapel of St. Anne was built in 1691. Among prominent visitors of Marianka were Sigmund, Leopold I. and Joseph I. Emperor Charles III. came to visit Marianka right after his coronation as Hungarian king in 1712 from Bratislava. Maria Theresa visited Marianka twice with her son Joseph II. Marianka was also a favorite marriage place for local nobility. There was a custom that during this occasion they were giving to the Virgin Mary there wedding rings and also donating robes for the statue made out of their bridal clothes. Turing point in village's history was abolishment of contemplative orders by Joseph II in 1786, because of which the Pauline order had to leave Marianka. From this point onwards Marianka was managed by the local diocese. A new development of the pilgrimage place began in 1927 when Congregatio fratrum consolatorum de Gethsemani managed the site until 1950, when the communist regime abolished all catholic orders. After November 1989 they returned to Marianka and remain until today." (Wikipedia)



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