"... The Schöller manor is located in the Wuppertal district of Schöller.
In 1182 the name Schoeler (today's spelling is "Schöller") is mentioned for the first time in a document.
In the 13th century there was a castle that belonged to the von Schöller family.
It was in their possession until 1708.
Later the Counts of Schaesberg became owners of the castle.
In the 18th century, Johann Friedrich Bernhard von Schaesberg had the castle dismantled down to the keep.
He wanted to use the site to have a new palace built there.
But because he died prematurely, this palace complex was not built.
A later owner had the Schöller estate built.
Today only the keep and part of the castle wall are preserved.
In 1988 they were recognized as an architectural monument. ... "
January 12, 2021
The manor Schöller (also with the name: Herrschaft Schöller and Herrlichkeit Schöller) is an abandoned aristocratic seat of the Lords von Schöller in the Wuppertal district of Schöller.The keep and part of the castle wall are the last remaining remnants of the former Schoeler manor, which dates from the late 12th century. Today the keep belongs to Gut Schöller, has the house address Zur Düssel 2 and is popularly known as the “Schinderhannesturm”.Source: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rittergut_Sch%C3%B6ller
June 3, 2021
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