Historic Grain Silo

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The top floor of the second highest building can be seen from almost all points in the city. It forms part of the 30-metre high grain silo of the former Oranienburg steam mill which was located here from 1875 onwards and was operated by steam.
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The rectangular silo building consists of six upper floors for grain storage, to which a staircase building was attached on the west side. The visible end of the silo building was formed by a surrounding brick-covered overhang. Above the overhang, the architects’ aim was to put the Baroque “icing on the cake”, so to speak. This is followed by an upper floor whose plaster façade is structured around it with raised rectangles. The adjoining gable roof is decorated on the east side with a curved Baroque gable. Four gabled dormers on each side are located on the roof areas.
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The top floor of the second highest building can be seen from almost all points in the city. It forms part of the 30-metre high grain silo of the former Oranienburg steam mill which was located here from 1875 onwards and was operated by steam.
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The rectangular silo building consists of six upper floors for grain storage, to which a staircase building was attached on the west side. The visible end of the silo building was formed by a surrounding brick-covered overhang. Above the overhang, the architects’ aim was to put the Baroque “icing on the cake”, so to speak. This is followed by an upper floor whose plaster façade is structured around it with raised rectangles. The adjoining gable roof is decorated on the east side with a curved Baroque gable. Four gabled dormers on each side are located on the roof areas.
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16515 Oranienburg

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    5 17
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