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Parkanlage Schloss Reinharz

Parkanlage Schloss Reinharz

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  • Micha🍂

    The castle park with the surrounding water areas invites you to linger with its rare trees. Between 1690 and 1701, Heinrich von Löser, Electoral Marshal of the Saxon Empire, had a representative moated castle with a baroque park, palace and brewery pond created to adequately accommodate the nobles while hunting in the Düben heath. 👏🏻

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    • October 6, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    An old beech tree in the castle garden. For whom a sponsorship has been accepted.
    By the way:
    Blood beeches have been known since the 15th century. However, their culture only started in the 18th century. There are also numerous different versions of this type of beech.
    Blood beeches can reach a height of 30 m and can be over 200 years old. 👏🏻😳

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    • October 6, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    This is the memorial of

    Friedrich Wilhelm Hertwig.
    * Born May 5, 1816
    + died February 3, 1887

    From 1837 he was the owner of the Reinharz water castle.

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    • October 6, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    The Reinharz moated castle is one of the most beautiful palace and park complexes in the Düben heath.
    Both are integrated into the Saxony-Anhalt Garden Dreams network and are always worth a visit, especially since they are easy to reach. Reinharz is connected to the spa town of Bad Schmiedeberg by a good road and is also on the Berlin-Leipzig cycle route. 🚵🏼‍♂️

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    • October 8, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    An old pillar in the park, on which unfortunately no inscriptions are to be read. It may be that they have disappeared due to the weather meanwhile. 🌬⛈❄️

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    • October 7, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    A clear map of the castle parks. Here you can also see how the castle is surrounded by water. Which is currently not the case. 🙂🍂

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    • October 8, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    There are beautiful contrasts of nature right now in the autumn. 🍂🍁🌅

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    • October 8, 2018

  • Rheinschiffer ⚓

    Reinhartz Palace was built in the 17th century as a baroque palace and the park was designed as a checkerboard pattern. Today you can only see a large cross made of paths from the air. There are many rare trees and a spring that fed the brewery pond.
    Unfortunately, the park is overgrown. There are 2 hidden tombstones on the site.

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    • May 22, 2019

  • Micha🍂

    A fallen by the storm 🌳 makes the narrow path to a small obstacle course ☺️

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    • October 6, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    One of several old vessels or sculptures in the park. Still they are unrestored. Let's see if they will be renewed as part of the restoration of the castle. ☺️👍🏻

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    • October 7, 2018

  • Micha🍂

    Another old unrestored sculpture in the park. These old structures make up the charm of the park and the "fairytale castle". 🙂

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    • October 7, 2018

  • Hans-Georg Sebel

    The Reinharz Castle Park with its old trees is now part of the "garden dreams" of Saxony-Anhalt. Now in autumn you can walk wonderfully rustling through the fallen autumn leaves

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    • November 13, 2020

  • Hans-Georg Sebel

    The park has wonderful old trees. Now in autumn, the "rustling of fallen leaves is a pleasant sound while walking.

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    • November 14, 2020

  • Hans-Georg Sebel

    The park, with its old trees, is now part of the "garden dreams" of Saxony-Anhalt. From the park you have a beautiful view of the castle. During my hike, walking was especially fun due to the rustling of the fallen "autumn leaves".

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    • November 14, 2020

  • Hans-Georg Sebel

    The park with its old trees is now part of the "garden dreams" of Saxony-Anhalt. You have a beautiful view of the castle in several places.

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    • November 14, 2020

  • Christoph

    Zwischen 1690 und 1701 durch den sächsischen Erbmarschall Heinrich Löser errichtet, unterscheidet sich die schlichte und geschlossene, scheinbar noch wehrhafte Belange berücksichtigende Bauweise des Äußeren von der 1748 im Erdgeschoss erfolgten Neugestaltung im Stil des Dresdner Rokoko. Die mit vergoldetem Rocailleornament überzogene Holzvertäfelung des mittleren Saals im Erdgeschoss dient als Rahmen für Fliesen aus Harlingen (um 1690, Kinderspielszenen) und Rotterdam (Landschaftsmotive). Ein weiterer Teil der Raumdekoration sind wandfeste Gemälde (1734) nach Szenen zu Molière von Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich oder dessen Werkstatt, denen druckgraphische Illustrationen von François Boucher als Vorlage dienten. Über dem Marmorkamin ergänzt eine Kopie nach Antoine Pesne „Die Wahrsagerin“ (1710) das Bildprogramm. Den sich östlich anschließenden Saal gestalten die kurfürstlichen Porträts Friedrich August II. und Maria Josepha von Österreich, denen ihre Bildnisse als König August III. und als Königin Maria Josepha von Polen gegenübergestellt werden. Auch wenn die ursprüngliche Hängung der Gemälde unbekannt ist, hat die Aufnahme des Porträts Hans Lösers in diesen kurfürstlichen oder königlich-polnischen Kreis durchaus programmatische Züge. Die damit hergestellte Nähe zum Kurfürsten und polnischen König und die Art der Darstellung reflektieren die bedeutende Stellung Hans Lösers am königlich-polnischen und kursächsischen Hof. Sie ist Ausdruck des Standesbewusstseins der Lösers als Erbmarschälle der Sächsischen Stände. Die teilvergoldeten Paneele sind stilistisch dem Haarlinger und Rotterdamer Saal angepasst. Die Gemälde lassen sich wie im Fall König August III. auf bedeutende Originale wie das von Louis de Silvestre (um 1748) zurückführen. Neben dem Bildnis Hans Lösers an der Südwand des Saals schließt das Bildprogramm mit der Gemahlin Augusts des Starken, Christiane Eberhardine, als Kurfürstin und Königin von Polen ab.Das Schloss wurde in der DDR als Genesungsheim „Freundschaft“ genutzt.Quelle: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinharz

    • April 7, 2021

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Location: Bad Schmiedeberg, Wittenberg, Anhalt-Dessau-Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

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