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The Scheunenviertel in the Petershagen district of Schlüsselburg, which still exists today, is a peasant cultural asset of supraregional importance.
The oldest of the still 26 existing barns date back to 1600-1700. The location chosen was the "Humbke", the highest elevation of the area. In addition to numerous floods caused by various floods in the Weser in historical times also destroyed a lot of fires the place. The Scheunenviertel is mostly privately owned. A barn renovated in 2012 now serves as an information barn and provides information about the Scheunenviertel and the work of the "Dat Schützenviertel" association.
June 7, 2019
Scheunenviertel are special gems of rural building culture. For fear of devastating fires, most of the barns were built outside of villages between 1700 and 1800 and offered space for storage goods and storage facilities. Today, the individual barn quarters offer space for a wide variety of uses.
The Scheunenviertel, which still exists today in the Petersburg district of Schlüsselburg, is a rural cultural asset of national importance.
The oldest of the 26 barns that still exist today can be dated to around 1600-1700. The location chosen was the "Humbke", the highest elevation in the area. In addition to numerous floods caused by various Weser floods in historical times, a remarkable number of fires destroyed the place. The Scheunenviertel is predominantly privately owned. A barn renovated in 2012 now serves as an information barn and provides information about the barn area and the work of the "Dat Schünenviertel" association.
April 6, 2020
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