The fisherman's hut
At kilometer 827, north of Lüttingen and east of Wardt, stood behind the dike in the meadows of Gut Grindt a lonely fisherman's cottage from the 19th century. Here was the old Pärdendyck (horse pond) from that time, when the ships were still ridden by horse-drawn carriages to mountain. This old brick hut witnessed the heyday and decline of the fishing industry and served as the "12 Apostles" as lodging, dining room and sleeping quarters. After that, it decayed, the remains of the ruin were removed in the course of the gravel to create a loading point for ships in the late 70s of the last century.
In 1998 the fisherman's hut was faithfully reconstructed on the basis of drawings and photographs by the "12 apostles" of the HBV. Located on the circular route of the "Xantener Südsee", today it houses the lovingly furnished "Fischerhüttenmuseum", which can be visited on request.
May 20, 2019
The "Lüttinger-Fischer-Hütte am Pärdendyck" was reconstructed in 1998.
It used to be west of the Rhine (Rhein-KM 827) Am Pärdendyck. Because of Ausekiesung the location she had to give way in 1972.
The hut was used at the turn of the last century by the legendary ZWÖLF APOSTELN (12 fishermen from Lüttingen) as accommodation and sleeping place.
May 22, 2019
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