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Der Borlachturm an der Saale

Der Borlachturm mit Witzleben-Turm an der schönen Saale zu Bad Dürrenberg.

Johann Gottfried Borlach (* 24. Mai 1687 in Dresden; † 4. Juli 1768 in Kösen) war kurfürstlich-sächsischer Bergrat und Gründer der Arterner, der Kösener und der Dürrenberger Saline.

Am 25. Juni 1741 begann Borlach mit den geologischen Untersuchungen in und um Dürrenberg. Im Mai 1744 wurde mit der Schachtabteufung begonnen und nach 19-jähriger harter Arbeit am 15. September 1763 stießen die Bergleute endlich auf die gesuchte Sole. Unmittelbar darauf begann Borlach mit dem Bau des Schachtturmes, dem heutigen Wahrzeichen von Bad Dürrenberg, dem Borlachturm. Gleichzeitig wurde mit dem Bau der Gradierwerke begonnen und am 10. März 1765 war das erste Siedehaus fertig, so dass bereits am 16. März die ersten 100 Zentner (5000 kg) Siedesalz hergestellt werden konnten.


Copyright: Martin Schrattenholz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8406x4203
Taken: 28/12/2012
上传: 29/12/2012


Tags: borlachturm; bad dürrenberg; saale
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