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- Built in the 16th century
- 1690-1701 Construction of the baroque building
- 1748 elevation of the towerBaroque two-and-half-storey moated castle, plain structure divided by two winged wings, eight-storied octagonal staircase tower, two Rococo halls with paintings of the 18th century preserved, in the western hall: wall tile equipment from Harlingen and Rotterdam coordinated on rococo paneling
The Saxon Minister of State Hans von Löser had the castle tower for his astronomical observations in 1748 bring to the height of 68 m.In 1998 the plant was privatized. The former nursery was transformed into hotel apartments and Café Graf Löser was opened. Part of the outbuildings and the castle grounds were taken over and renovated in 1999 for use for charitable artistic and cultural purposes. Two exhibition halls, artist studios, specialized library for fine arts, a sculpture park and documentation center with editorial office have been created. ☺️👍🏻
6 de octubre de 2018
A castle still in deep sleep.
Between 1690 and 1701, Heinrich von Löser, Electoral Marshal of the Electorate of Saxony, had a representative moated castle with a baroque park, castle and brewery pond built to accommodate the nobles during the hunting in the Dübener Heide. For the three-storey, horseshoe-shaped building, Löser oriented itself to the annual layout: the façade divided 365 windows, and the castle had 52 doors and 12 halls. The 68 meter high tower was used as an observatory in the 18th century. In the mechanical-optical workshop, valuable scientific equipment was created, i.a. Telescopes, mirror telescopes and sundials, 15 of which are on display in the Mathematical-Physical Salon of the Dresden Zwinger.
31 de agosto de 2016
The bridge leads to the courtyard of the castle and has the inscription (RH 1888). Actually, the castle is virtually surrounded by water. At the moment the "moat" is empty. Probably because of the restoration. Still a nice sight. A fairytale castle stops. 👍🏻
6 de octubre de 2018
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