From 1799 to 1801, the tower-shaped lake pavilion was created under the construction instructions of Peter Richter (1750 - 1805) near the imposing Lindenallee, which was planted in 1788 on the basis of a dead-straight hedgerow path.Both garden elements are interpreted according to the philosophical concept of the garden as motifs with special expression. The hexagonal pile dwelling, which was initially accessible only over six steps from the shore, is generally interpreted as a symbol of human beginnings or ignorance by the simplicity of its construction and its unfinished appearance.The avenue, which consists of 55 pairs of trees over a distance of 335 meters, corresponds to the path of youth, on which a steering force acts. With a view of the Flora statue, the Lindenallee leads to a crossroads that divide to the east and west and calls for a choice of direction.
September 18, 2018
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