In Göllingen, not far from Sondershausen and Bad Frankenhausen, are the impressive remains of the former Benedictine monastery of St Wigbert. Still preserved from the former monastery church with two transepts and two choirs are the imposing west tower, the eastern apse and parts of the transepts.
To the north of the church, former demesne buildings surround an ir-regularly shaped yard. In the oldest demesne building in the northwest are remains of a me-dieval monastery building. The other buildings were completely changed by the construction of a tinning factory after 1947 and supplemented by modern workshops, storerooms and ser-vice buildings.