Bottle yard

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Flaschenhof is a deserted village in the Statistical District 10 of the city of Nuremberg .


The former hamlet was in the open at an altitude of 302  m above sea level. NHN on the left bank of the Pegnitz . Approx. The Hadermühle was 0.3 km to the west , about 0.2 km to the east of Vogelsgarten , and about 0.3 km to the south-east of Dürrenhof . Bottlehofstrasse is located at the place of the head of the valley.


JS Staedtler pencil factory, Nuremberg -aschenhof 1860

The court was the seat of the Flasch family (also Rothflasch), who were naturalized to Nuremberg in 1367. When the male line died out in 1442, the flask farm, then a farm, came to the Schlüsselfelder patrician family in 1543 , who supplemented it in 1562 with the acquisition of the Hadermühle . After several changes of ownership, the farm came to the Imhoff family foundation in 1750 . This family, who had owned the farm as early as 1449–1543, kept it until 1834.

Towards the end of the 18th century there were 6 properties in Bottleneck (1 manor house, 1 inn, 3 houses, 1 laundry). The high court exercised the imperial city of Nuremberg, but this was disputed by the Brandenburg-Ansbach Oberamt Schwabach and Burgthann . The sole landlord was the Nuremberg owner of Imhoff.

As part of the community edict, Bottle Court was assigned to the Gleißhammer tax district formed in 1808 . It also belonged to the rural community of Gleißhammer founded in the same year . In 1825 ,aschenhof was incorporated into Nuremberg .

Population development

year 001818 001824 001840
Residents 52 24 52
Houses 4th 3 5


The place has been predominantly Protestant since the Reformation. Originally the inhabitants of the Evangelical Lutheran denomination were parish in St. Lorenz (Nuremberg) , later to St. Peter (Nuremberg) .


Individual evidence

Coordinates: 49 ° 26 ′ 56.4 "  N , 11 ° 5 ′ 33.8"  E