Exotic animals were kept here at the time of Duke Karl-August. You can still imagine this very well from the stable ruins. The ruin of the bear's kennel lies in the middle of the "Karlslust". There is also a table and two benches for resting. In the back of the ruin is the Mohren spring, from which a tasty water flows.
November 7, 2017
As a "bear cradle" a circular ring with 19 semicircular "cages" and a box is called. In the middle is a moat with a square island, on which stood a pavilion. The plant was by no means a bear-bearer, as it is called in the vernacular, but rather the small "stables" were aviaries.
March 25, 2019
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