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The townhall of Ebersberg has a deeply moved history. 

Under Abbot Leonhard II´s order in 1529 to the monastery builder Ulrich Randek had to construct this yard public house on top of  the already existing foundation walls and arch of the ancient tavern, called “Untere Taverne”.

It presents an expressive rib vault in coalbed and is topically the most important medieval secular building of our whole rural district.


Look- out

The 35 m high tower concrete construction was erected before and during the First World War. On the initiative of the townsmen association instead of a wooden tower, constructed in 1873 at the “Ludwigshöhe”.

When you “crest” the look- out in the “Ebersbegrer Forst”, you´ll be rewarded by a spectacular view of the alpine upland, the “Berchdesgadener Alpen” to the “Wendelsteingebirge” and by fine weather you´ll also have a view of the 3000m moontains from far away…. 


Eichendorff - Monument

Below the look- out a monument of the famous poet and author of German romaticism Joseph Eichendorff is situated. (*1788 in Silesia, +1857 in Neisse)  

The bronze of the Silesian land crew was founded in 1959 with thanks to Ebersberger citizens for the friendly accommodation of the surviving dependants and in memory of the famous compatriot.


Monastery building yard

The four- sided yard was constructed in 1495 as an access yard to the monastery Ebersberg. On the entrance is the emblem of Abbot Sebastian Häfele and the year of construction is shown.

 Today this yard accommodates the rooms of the “Volkshochschule” and the “Musikschule”, the art gallery, a restaurant and a pub. This year the rebuilding/ changing of the ancient cowshed on the first floor into a city- hall is going to start.

 The atrium was developed into an arena for various activities.  


Parish Church St. Sebastian

This church was constructed in the 10th century in honour of Pestpatron St. Sebastian. After the burning in 1305 it was reconstructed in a gothic style.     

At the end of the 15th century Abbot Sebastian Häffele raised the side aisle and thus constructing a church hall.

At the same time the order of the donator grave for Earl Ulrich and Countess Richardis was given, which is now placed at the entrance of the church. The raised grave made of red marble is presumed to be the most beautiful of Southern Germany.

Further historical information is summarised in several special books about Eberberg or you can refer to the web page