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Schaezler Fountain

Adjacent to the city forest, the Siebentischanlagen is actually a separate, manmade landscape park. After the park was constructed on former farmland in 1908, a fountain known as Schaezler Fountain was designed to honor Baron Edmund von Schaezlerr, one of the donors responsible for the park.

The fountain itself was also part of a so-called “Green Basilica”. The location of oak trees denote the outer walls of a church and the fountain marks the location of the altar. It’s said to be the only green basilica in Germany.


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