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The name SLYRS is Gaelic and has Iro-Scottish roots. But SLYRS is Bavarian to the core. In the year 779, five monks from Ireland and Scotland build a monastery in the Bavarian wilderness of Schliersee. Adalung, Hiltupalt, Kerpalt, Antonius and Otakir call the monastery SLYRS, pronounced ‘shleers’ as in the German Schliersee.

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