The Wiblingen Monastery was founded in 1093, and remodeled in the Baroque style decades later in the 18th century. The
library is a favorite among art historians for its rich ornamentation and beautiful fresco ceiling. Inscribed at the entrance
to Wiblingen is “In quo omnes thesauri sapientiae et scientiae,” which means “In which are stored all treasures of knowledge
and science,” a fitting quote for such an historic European institution. Library archives hold a large collection of both
Pagan and Christian knowledge-related imagery, available along with its other holdings to the public through independent
research and guided tours.
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