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The Seeberg Observatory in Gotha was one of the first special observatory buildings in Europe. It was built by Duke Ernst II of Saxony-Gotha-Altenburg to plans by the Austrian astronomer Franz Xaver von Zach and was part of the overall project Observatory Gotha. To this project belonged further research sites where a number of scientists were employed (Wikipedia).
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From 1787 to 1791, the Seeberg observatory was built on the western slope of the Seeberg, still in the urban area of Gotha, under Duke Ernst II. The scientific management was initially with Franz Xaver von Zach. His successors were Bernhard August von Lindenau, Johann Franz Encke and Peter Andreas Hansen. In 1839 he left Seeberg as director at the time. He saved some of the instruments in the new observatory in Gothaer Jägerstraße (see Gotha observatory). The dilapidated Seeberg observatory served as a restaurant until a fire in 1901. Today, two memorial plaques in the grounds of the "Alte Sternwarte" restaurant, newly built in 1904, commemorate the founder of the Seeberg observatory, Duke Ernst II. And its first director, Franz Xaver von Zach. (Wikipedia)
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