Reistingen Abbey was a house of Augustinian canonesses, previously a Benedictine monastery, at Ziertheim in Bavaria.
The monastery was founded at some time before 1250 by the Counts of Dillingen. In the 14th century it was dedicated to Saint Peter; the present church is dedicated to Saints Peter and Vitus. Until at least the middle of the 13th century it was a Benedictine monastery, but changed to a house of Augustinian canonesses in either the 13th or 14th century.
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Dillingen an der Donau