Church Nennhausen

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The church in Nennhausen is a plastered, rectangular cobblestone structure in the form of a hall. The large epitaph on the south wall of the church is particularly eye-catching. The west tower burnt down in 1614 due to a lightening strike. It was rebuilt in 1783. In 1890, a new brick patronage box was built on the north side. The mortuary is below the box and below that is the 300 year old crypt.
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The vault at the base of the church bears further witness to times gone by. A mummy can be seen through a glass pane in a zinc coffin. The corpse has thin, reddish blonde hair, brown leathery hands, a high forehead and a narrow hooked nose. It is probably the body of Carl Julius Hermann Wilhelm von Jaeckel who died in 1878.

A knight’s sword and stylised shield are reminiscent of the great Romantic poet Baron Friedrich Heinrich Carl de la Motte Fouqué, godson of King Friedrich the Great. As the second husband of the widowed lady of the manor, Caroline von Rochow, he lived in Nennhausen. Almost his entire body of literary work was written here. His most famous work is the fairytale “Undine”, which E.T.A. Hoffmann and then Lortzing set to music.

Viewings can be arranged by telephone.
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The church in Nennhausen is a plastered, rectangular cobblestone structure in the form of a hall. The large epitaph on the south wall of the church is particularly eye-catching. The west tower burnt down in 1614 due to a lightening strike. It was rebuilt in 1783. In 1890, a new brick patronage box was built on the north side. The mortuary is below the box and below that is the 300 year old crypt.
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The vault at the base of the church bears further witness to times gone by. A mummy can be seen through a glass pane in a zinc coffin. The corpse has thin, reddish blonde hair, brown leathery hands, a high forehead and a narrow hooked nose. It is probably the body of Carl Julius Hermann Wilhelm von Jaeckel who died in 1878.

A knight’s sword and stylised shield are reminiscent of the great Romantic poet Baron Friedrich Heinrich Carl de la Motte Fouqué, godson of King Friedrich the Great. As the second husband of the widowed lady of the manor, Caroline von Rochow, he lived in Nennhausen. Almost his entire body of literary work was written here. His most famous work is the fairytale “Undine”, which E.T.A. Hoffmann and then Lortzing set to music.

Viewings can be arranged by telephone.
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Kirchstraße

14715 Nennhausen

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Weather Today, 19. 6.

12 16
clear sky

  • Thursday
    8 21
  • Friday
    13 26

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