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Tower Park Limburgerhof - Top Platform South - Limburgerhof - Palatine - Germany

Tower in the Park of Limburgerhof, Palatine, Germany

The little Tower in the Park of Limburgerhof was built in 1830 by the Countess Waldner von Freudenstein. The Tower had a originally in its first floor a little Chapel, then in the next two floors a Library and a Hunting Parlour. On the Top of the Tower was a small Observatory.

The Tower is located in the small Park in which a Church and the Manor House can be found.

From southern Position on the Platform the view goes over the acres of the BASF Agricultural Center, founded in 1914 by Carl Bosch.

The former room of the Observatory on top of the Tower is today used by an Author as Working Chamber of Silence and Inspiration. The Community of Limburgerhof has given the Room to an Author for free.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10530x5265
Taken: 28/03/2012
Uploaded: 22/04/2012


Tags: tower; limburgerhof; palatine; basf; park; countess waldner von freudenstein; observatory; agricultural center basf; huchler; manfred huchler
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