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  Meer-Idylle am Reiterhaus © provided by SZ-Sächsische Zeitung Meer idyll at the riding house

Ostsee flair on one of the oldest surrounding houses in Upper Lusatia? The recording on the left was made on April 1, 1987, but it was not an April joke. The Baltic Sea Schilf was used to roof cover the striking listed building in Neusalza-Spremberg.

In 1993 you could also observe roofers from a company from Peitz in such non -everyday work. Four years later, the slate roof was completely renewed by a local roofing company with a Hungarian fine beer (center). But not only the roof has been in the past decades, the preservation efforts of the Spreestadt and volunteer monument protectors. Wooden components were renovated, old half -timbering was uncovered and granted. The house foundation had to be stabilized.

also remembered a renovation of 1983/84, which lasts one and a half years. Shortly before that, the right photo was taken on Fernverkehrstraße 96 (F 96), today's B 96, a Wartburg 311 camping.

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