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neue Burghalde Teich Lenzburg

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The new Burghalde (the yellow Building) was biult in 1793/94. the symmetrical early classical building has a spacious staircase. the facade with five axes windows is framed by corner pilaster strips.

The old Burghalde (the withe building on the right side of the new Burghalde), built in 1628, consists of a three-storey late Gothic building with timber growing and the former wine press. In the semi-circular part on the west side there is a wooden staircase.

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A: neue Burghalde Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 10 metri di distanza

the new Burghalde was built in 1793/94. The symmetrical early classical building has an spacious stai...

neue Burghalde Lenzburg

B: Marktplatz unter dem alten Gemeindesaal Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 150 metri di distanza

Market Hall in the old town hall, directly beside the Metzgplatz.In this open market hall from time t...

Marktplatz unter dem alten Gemeindesaal Lenzburg

C: Metzgplatz Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 180 metri di distanza

On the Metzgplatz is the beautiful Chlausbrunnen.The Metzgplatz is located at the upper side of the h...

Metzgplatz Lenzburg

D: Haus Sonnenberg Peter Mieg Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 260 metri di distanza

The houese Sonnenber (Sun Mountain) was biult in 1770 as a Bernese country style house with arched wi...

Haus Sonnenberg Peter Mieg Lenzburg

E: Rathausgasse vor dem Rathaus Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 280 metri di distanza

The traffic-free Rathausgasse is the spacious street market in the center lane of the historic Old To...

Rathausgasse vor dem Rathaus Lenzburg

F: Lenzburg Castle - Aargau - Switzerland

di Darren Mods, 280 metri di distanza

(Schloss Lenzburg) Castle of Knights and Dragons. Museum and also used for functions, this castle was...

Lenzburg Castle - Aargau - Switzerland

G: Grabenweg mit Hof Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 300 metri di distanza

Beautiful courtyard at the lower end of the grabenweg.The grabenweg runs parallel to the Rathausgasse...

Grabenweg mit Hof Lenzburg

H: Grabenweg mit Spittelbrunnen

di Rico Riedi, 310 metri di distanza

At the lower end of the grabenweg is the Spittelbrunnen. The Spittelbrunnen is one of the many histor...

Grabenweg mit Spittelbrunnen

I: Himmelsleiterli Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 420 metri di distanza

Himmelsleiterli Lenzburg

J: Gofi Lenzburg

di Rico Riedi, 480 metri di distanza

Gofi Lenzburg

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Switzerland, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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