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 Historically valuable half-timbered houses moved to the Museum’s site

Since the registered society "The Museum of People's Architecture and Rural Culture Schwarzbach e.V." was founded in 1999, six half-timbered houses have been moved from other places in the region to the Schwarzbach Museum. Here they were rebuilt on the Museum`s site. They all were classified as historical monuments and couldn't be maintained by their owners.


 

Farmer’s house with stable and living rooms from the village of 09306 Doberenz, now local part of the Königsfeld community
 

  

Built in: 1715(d) Converted in 1836(i
Start of disassembly: 16th of December 1997

They started to rebuild the farmer’s house in1998
The topping-out ceremony was on the 6th of December 1998
Completion: 9th of September 2000
The opening ceremony was on the Day Of The Open Monument in 2000
Special feature: block blank ceiling strengthened with an underlay which is decorated with cable stitches

   The state of the building on the former place before it was disassembled

                                  

 

Side building, once located at the village of 09306 Leupahn, Hauptstraße 7

Built in: 1688(d)   1669(i)
The building was bought on the 6th of September 2000
The first sod was cut for rebuilding the side building on the 23rd of April 2001
It was opened on the 7th of September 2002

 

   The state of the building on the former place before it was disassembled

The arcade is a special feature of the building. That element of building could only be found in the Kingdom of Saxony.
On the door lintel you can read the inscription:
                  16+69 GEHOPEN DEN 5.JULY.
         
(“gehopen” means “start of building process”)
Futhermore it has got a threshing floor which was developed as a through road.
The oldest elements of the building can be dated back to the year 1669(d)

 

Small stable building, once located at the village of 09306 Königshain, No.84
  

Built at the beginning of the 18th century
Start of disassembly: December 2000
They started to rebuild the stable building in spring 2003
The topping out ceremony of the building, including the extended-baking and slaughtering house, was on the 18th of August 2003
The opening of the building was on the 30th of November 2003

   The state of the building on the former place before it was disassembled

   

 

 

Special feature: A part of the building had to be recessed due to a through road to the court-yard of the farm on the former place

 

Historically valuable roof construction of a barn, once located at the village of 09306 Zettlitz, Dorfstraße 9
  

 

Built in: 1586(d)
Start of disassembly: 2002
The first sod was cut for rebuilding the barn on the 5th of April 2004
The opening of the building was on the 12th of September 2004

The roof is part of a former four-sided farmer’s house with stable and living rooms. It once was located at the village of Zettlitz and was converted several times. The oldest parts of the building can be dated back to the year 1586

 

 

 


Forge
, once located at the village of 09306 Königsfeld, Hauptstraße 11
      

Built in: 1687(d) 1989(i)
Start of disassembly: 28th of November 2003
They started to rebuild the forge September 2005
The topping-out ceremony was on the 28th of November 2005
Completion of the building: Autumn 2006
The opening of the building was on the 9th of September 2007

  The state of the building on the former place before it was disassembled

      

                        

Special feature: It is one of the four oldest forges which are conservated best in Saxony

 

Farmer's house with stable and living rooms,
once located
at the village of 09306 Poppitz, Mühlenstraße 7, now local part of the Rochlitz community

 

Built in: 1567, 1568(i)
Converted in 1773(i) and 1824(i)
Start of rebuilding the farmer’s house on the 1st of August 2008

Planned completion of the building: 2013

  The state of the building on the former place before it was disassembled


Measures: Length: 21,60 metres, height of roof ridge: 10,50 metres

Special feature: The building has a house beam which is 21 metres long and stretches over the entire length of the farmhouse

 

     
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Last up-date: 03/02/17