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Historical Hiking Part 7


The Orangery was built in 1930 as a residence and workplace for Wenngarn's gardener. The castle then went through a major renovation and renovation. The aim was to recreate the castle's baroque environment and create spaces for horticulture. On the back of the house are the foundations after two greenhouse lengths.

The functionalist style of the orangery does not prevent it from blending well into the old park environment, which, alongside the castle and the palace, is one of Wenngarn's most special buildings. It is likely that the 17th century Baroque plant had an orangery in the same place. Today the house is rented out for parties, meetings and conferences.

Next part

The next part of the historic walk you will find at the entrance to the alley village just before the first yellow couple's house at the row of green mailboxes.

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