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Burgkapelle Burg Lohra oben
Germany

Auf dem Gelände der heutigen Burg Lohra existierten wahrscheinlich schon zu germanischen Zeiten befestigte Anlagen. Die heutige Anlage wurde von den Grafen von Lare (Lohra) im 11./12. Jahrhundert zur größten Burg des südwestlichen Vorharzes ausgebaut. Bis zum 16. Jahrhundert war sie unter anderem im Besitz der Grafengeschlechter von Lohra, Beichlingen, Klettenberg und Hohnstein. Spätestens während des Dreißigjährigen Krieges, in dem die Burg mehrmals erobert und stark beschädigt wurde, verlor sie ihre Bedeutung. Nach dem Westfälischen Frieden fiel sie an Preußen und wurde als Amt Lohra bis 1977 als landwirtschaftliches Gut genutzt. Diese Domäne hatte 1923 385 ha.


Quelle: Wikipedia https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Großlohra

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Tags: kapelle; burg; großlohra; amt lohra; hdr
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