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The large and the small dozen pond are the two largest "ponds" of a pond landscape in the southeast of Nuremberg. The two lakes are part of the recreation area Volkspark Dutzendteich. The Fischbach flows through them and is also fed by long water.Dutzendteich is also the name of statistical district 30 in the southeastern outskirts.More information: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/DutzendteichIn 1337, Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian granted the forester Konrad Waldstromer permission to build the pond on Reichsboden. The dozen pond was created by damming several streams. The privilege of the Waldstromer was renewed 10 years later by Emperor Charles IV. In 1495 the Inner Council acquired the water surface and the mill that had meanwhile been erected for the imperial city of Nuremberg. Since this year the Fischbach has also been led into the Dutzendteich and two hammer mills have been built at the outflow. Much later - in 1825 - the Spaeth brothers acquired the system and expanded it into the first machine factory in Bavaria. The site was abandoned in the mid-1950s and subsequently houses were built on
February 21, 2020
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