Chinesisches Häuschen

Chinesisches Häuschen

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Recommended by 169 out of 179 hikers


  • Sebastian Kowalke

    Here is a small teahouse after the Chinese model on the mountain trail in the park Altenstein. It stands on a ridge, from which you can enjoy a great view of the park and the towns of Schweina and Bad Liebenstein.

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    • October 18, 2018

  • BAMA

    Great panoramic view i.d. closer environment

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    • April 2, 2018

  • Torsten

    "The" Tent of the Tent "and the" Chinese Cottage "(built around 1800) were curiosities in keeping with the times.This summer, a Turkish tent was set up on the large lawn near the castle, serving as a shade dispenser for the guests, following the contemporary tastes of Chinoiserie The construction of a Chinese house on a rugged rock tower was commissioned.The building is reached via a stairway carved into the rock with 33 steps, as a special ornament was a carillon made of Lauscha glass and in the rock an Aeolian harp was installed in a suitable place, so During the Aeolian Harp, where the Aeolian Harp was no longer present and would be ineffective due to the tree growth, the rebuilt Chinese Cottage was handed over to the Foundation on 29 November 2011. " -

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    • December 27, 2018

  • Ronny

    Cute little teahouse with possibility for rest within (beer table set). The explanations to the Chinoiserie and the connection to Kassel is quite interesting.

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    • May 18, 2019

  • Mathias57

    In 1800, Duke Georg I of Sachsen-Meinigen had a Chinese tea house built on the Hohlen Stein plateau, which was demolished in 1923 because it was in disrepair. The Chinese house was an important part of the system of visual relationships and scenarios within the park, so that in 2011 the structure was restored in the historical silhouette of its demolished predecessor.
    Incidentally, the height of the rock, together with the tea house, is approx. 23m.
    I discovered a special feature while looking at the historical pictures: On one of the pictures the caption reads "The Japanese house near Altenstein". Today that would be a diplomatic affront 😊😊😊.

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    • October 15, 2020

  • Willigipfel

    The hollow stone was decorated with a Chinese tea house which offers a great panoramic view and is accessible via steps.

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    • December 12, 2020

  • Sopho, Micha & Bella 🐶🐾

    The Chinese house, a park architecture corresponding to the Chinese fashion of the late 18th century, was built on the hollow stone in 1800.
    In 1800, Duke Georg I of Saxony-Meinigen had a Chinese tea house built on a rock on the Altenstein Zechstein reef.
    This half-timbered house adorned a curved, protruding roof with a colorful Chinese dragon.
    In the eaves were small, colored bells that the wind made to ring.
    With the end of the monarchy in 1918, the Altenstein also began to decline.
    The Cinesian house was demolished in 1923 because it was in disrepair.
    The building was restored by 2011 in the historical silhouette of its predecessor, which was demolished in 1923.
    In the interior of the building there are several information boards, information on the history of the origins of the Chinese house and other park architectures of the landscape park.
    The height of the rock together with the tea house is approx. 23 m.

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    • September 30, 2020

  • 𝕁𝕖𝕤𝕤𝕚𝕖 ✌🏻

    also one of our favorite places around the park.
    There is just so much to discover. Make sure you bring your time .. and run all paths! ☝🏻
    The hollow stone was decorated with a Chinese tea house, which you can also enter - you can get up very easily via steps and have a great panoramic view.
    The tea house can also be entered from the inside, the door is always open and you can read through the history - there are pictures on the left and right of the origins and meaning, and there is also a large table with a bench inside.

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    • February 21, 2021

  • Heinz K

    Up in front of the tea house you can sit very nicely and enjoy the great view.

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    • February 21, 2021

  • Webs 🤙🏻

    Small Chinese-style house, nice to look at, with a beautiful view

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    • April 26, 2021

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