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Die alte Saline von Bad Reichenhall

Im Jahre 1934 vernichtete ein verheerender Stadtbrand die meisten Häuser in der Stadt. König Ludwig der I. ließ daher die Saline neu errichten. Das Ergebnis war ein prachtvoller Industriebau, der das Hauptbrunnhaus beherbergte.

Rechts neben dem Eingang befinden sich zwei Wasserräder mit einem Durchmesser von 13 m, die 10 Saug- und Druckpumpen antreiben. Die Pumpen fördern jeden Tag 800.000 l Sole aus dem 15 m unter dem Hauptbrunnhaus liegtenden Quellenbau.

Die Produktion wurde 1929 in die neue Saline verlegt.


Copyright: Uwe Wieteck
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13460x6730
Taken: 05/10/2012
Uploaded: 06/07/2013
Updated: 06/04/2015


Tags: bad reichenhall; saline; quellenbau
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