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World Last Defense Tower of the Leuchtenburg is exposed

18:36  13 january  2022
18:36  13 january  2022 Source:   tvmovie.de

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On the Leuchtenburg near Kahla, since Thursday, the last of four 550 years ago defense towers has been exposed. As the Foundation Lightenburg announced, a suction rack on the so-called veil tower should first remove the lusts collected there from the beginnings of the luminaires of porcelain charges. Afterwards, about 150 years old debris should be removed before the archaeological works can start.

Arbeiter saugen mit einem Schlauch die letzten Reste Porzellan aus dem letzten Verteidigungsturm der Leuchtenburg. © bodo Schackow / dpa central picture / dpa worker sucking with a hose the last residues porcelain from the last defense tower of the Leuchtenburg.

The approximately ten meter high tower differs from the other towers of the weir plant. He is dripping shaped and surrounded by powerful masonry. According to the construction researcher Benjamin Rudolph, who examined the investment 2012 to 2015, he was the only tower that could be hit by the opposite mountain with artillery. "The wall reinforcement offered additional protection and could distract attacking balls."

The Schleierturm was previously used as a prison as a prison and owes its name to the former occupant Hans Veil, which in 1535 because of reprocessing - a deviating interpretation of the prevailing religious teaching. To clarify the question of faith, the famous theologian Philipp Melanchthon came to the Leuchtenburg. Its interrogation report finally led to the acquittal of Schneifer.

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