A very beautiful mountain with a beautiful observation tower, unfortunately the view is no longer so beautiful.
The restaurant has also reopened and it is worth the trip there.
The way to the neighboring Teufelsfenster on the way to Schönberg is also worthwhile.
February 17, 2018
Around 1850 the idea to build a mountain hut on the Czorneboh arose. The chief forester of the Bautzen city forest, Ernst Robert Walde, resident in the Wuischker Forsthaus, was the initiator of this project. The Bautzen city council approved the project and the Czorneboh-Baude and the oldest stone observation tower in Upper Lusatia were built between 1850 and 1852.
April 25, 2021
On the mountain there is a 23 m high observation tower  from the 19th century and a restaurant with a beer garden. The construction was applied for in 1850 by the chief forester Walde from Wuischke to the city council of Bautzen. First, the tower was built by the master painter Karl Traugott Eichler from Lauba according to the design of the architect Traugott Hobjan from Bautzen. This was completed on May 17, 1851 and opened in 1852 together with the inn. In 1856 a well was completed. The stone tower is the oldest of its kind in Upper Lusatia. In 1928 the tower was given a wooden structure, but it burned down on December 19, 1944. Due to its proximity to Bautzen and the good infrastructure on the mountain, the summit of the Czorneboh is a popular destination.
May 13, 2021
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