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Die erste urkundliche Erwähnung Jonsdorfs erfolgte 1539. Das Cölestinerkloster Oybin verkaufte Grundstücke an zehn Siedler. Im Jahre 1574 wurde der Oybiner Besitz durch Maximilian II. an die Stadt Zittau verkauft und Jonsdorf zum Ratsdorf. Nachdem bereits 1560 Söhne des Ortsrichters Hans Richter entdeckt hatten, dass der südlich des Ortes vorkommende Sandstein für die Herstellung von Mühlsteinen geeignet ist, wurde 1580 durch Hieronymus Richter der erste Steinbruch von der Stadt Zittau gepachtet. 1667 beschloss der Rat der Stadt Zittau zwischen Jonsdorf und Waltersdorf weitere Bauplätze auszuweisen. Hier entstand Neu-Jonsdorf. 1731 wurde die zwischen Alt- und Neu-Jonsdorf befindliche Heide abgeholzt und das Gelände bebaut, so dass beide Dörfer zusammenwuchsen. Im gleichen Jahr wurde nach einjähriger Bauzeit die Kirche in Alt-Jonsdorf fertig gestellt. Quelle:

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Taken: 08/03/2011
Uploaded: 24/03/2011
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: zittauer gebirge; kurort; zittau mountains; sachsen; saxony; outdoors; frühling; spring; draussen; teich; jonsdorf; wasser
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