Altes Schloß in Dieskau

Das alte Schloß in Dieskau. Leider etwas verfallen...

Das Schloss entstand im Stil der Spätrenaissance an Stelle einer aus dem Mittelalter stammenden Wasserburg. Es konnten Bauphasen ab der Zeit der zweiten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts nachgewiesen werden. Erbauer des Schlosses war Hieronymus von Dieskau der Jüngere (1565-1625). 1622 erfolgte der teilweise Um- und Neubau. Das heutige Erscheinungsbild geht auf einen Umbau ab 1878 zurück, der im Stil der Neorenaissance erfolgte.


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