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White House

Historical Hiking Part 6

White House

The White House is originally one of two buildings / wings that lay on either side of the castle courtyard. During the 17th century we know that there were two wings.

Because of the fire risk, in ancient times the kitchen was put to the wings. According to the sources, the white house we see today was built in 1799 as a replacement for an older house. It was first used as a home for the farm people and as a kitchen. Later during the term of office, the house was used as an office.

On August 15, 1938, the lightning struck. The large barn, a saw and some magazines burned to the ground - plus the northern wing.

Next part

You will find the next part of the historic walk at the orangery's entrance.

TIP! Use the map in the app to navigate during the tour. Filter the hike by clicking Round Hike.