List of art monuments according to Gurlitt 1904 in Radebeul

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Fountain surround with a relief of groups of children resembling Bacchus from a vineyard in Niederlößnitz, destroyed in the Second World War with the museum of the Royal Saxon Antiquities Association .

The list of monuments to Gurlitt 1904 in Radebeul contains the by the art historian Cornelius Gurlitt in Fundamentalinventarisation Descriptive representation of older architectural and artistic monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony, Issue 26 The historical monuments of Dresden area, part 2: Amtshauptmannschaft Dresden-Neustadt from 1904 listed monuments in the area of ​​today's Saxon town of Radebeul , in the then still independent communities Kötzschenbroda (written by Dehio Kötschenbroda), Niederlössnitz , Oberlößnitz , Wahnsdorf and Zitzschewig .

The evidence of past cultural history listed at the time of private monument preservation (see Development of Monument Protection in Saxony ) was usually later officially placed under monument protection and today, as cultural monuments, are among the important sights of the Lößnitz . In 1912, three years after the law against defacing town and country , the first monument protection law in Saxony , was passed, a local law was passed in Niederlößnitz to protect Wackerbarth's tranquility from parceling requests. In 1915 the local law against disfigurement of the Hoflößnitz property followed in Oberlößnitz in order to protect the further division of the former royal Hoflößnitz winery against urban sprawl . Both objects were thus officially listed.

Gurlitt's more extensive inventory of 32 monuments in five Lößnitz places served Georg Dehio as the basis for his quick inventory , Handbuch der Deutschen Kunstdenkmäler , Volume I, Central Germany , published one year later . Dehio reduced the number in his inventory list on Lößnitz to nine monuments, shortened the texts very much and referred to existing illustrations by Gurlitt with a symbol (circle). Compared to Gurlitt's inventory, Dehio left out the objects in Wahnsdorf and Zitzschewig .

The 32 testimonies of past cultural history listed here are compared to around 100 objects from GDR times, more precisely in 1973, or almost 200 objects in 1979 after the promulgation of the law for the preservation of monuments in the GDR from 1975. According to the list of monuments from 2012 there are around 1530 cultural monuments of different types at around 1270 addresses (see list of cultural monuments in Radebeul ), which in Radebeul leads to a monument density of over 45 monuments per 1000 inhabitants.


Overview of the location of the Radebeul districts

The columns used in the table list the information explained below:

  • Name, description : Description of the individual object.
  • Address, location : Today's street address, location coordinates.
  • District : Today's Radebeul district.
  • Date : Particular years of construction, as far as known or deducible, in some cases also date of the first mention of the property.
  • Builders, architects : builders, architects and other artists.
  • Description : Descriptive text from the art monuments .
  • Image : Photo of the main object.

Art monuments

Name, description Address, location district date Builders, architects description image
The village. Fountain surround found at:
Moritzburger Straße 31;
spent in:
Museum of the Royal Saxon Antiquities Association
KOE / NDL 1560 Fountain surround made of six sandstone parts, with a relief of groups of children similar to bacchus. Destroyed in World War II. The object found in a vineyard at the Gasthaus Heiterer Blick was brought to the museum of the Royal Saxon Antiquities Association as an exhibit in the association year 1856/57 . (P. 55 f.). (Fig. 58). Fountain surround
The church Altkötzschenbroda 40
( location ) ! 513.6339835551.1039005
KOE First mentioned in 1273,
1477, 1515, 1637, 1646, 1746, 1884/85
Ezekiel Eckhardt , Karl Weißbach (renovation), Ziller brothers , Christian Rietschel Dehio. The building (p. 44 ff.). Church furnishings: altar, three alabaster reliefs, further remains from the previous altar, wooden panel, painting (The Blessing Savior), two wrought iron grids, remainder of the pulpit, sound cover, four bells, painting (The corpse of Christ) (p. 46–50). Church utensils: communion chalice, two altar candlesticks, host box, communion jug, communion jug, communion jug, lecture cross, cruzifixus, cruzifixus (p. 50 f.). Monuments: Monument to Pastor M. Augustin Brescher, portrait of Pastor M. Johann Georg Lucius, remains of a grave monument ( Chronos and the mourners ), Monument to Caspar Christian Kober and two women (p. 52 f.). (Figures 45-57).
Peace Church Radebeul-Kötzschenbroda in the back light
Graveyards; Cemetery at the church Altkötzschenbroda 40
( location ) ! 513.6339835551.1039005
KOE First mentioned in 1273 “In the cemetery by the church, the grave of Prof. Dr. Richard Steche , the first inventor of the art monuments of Saxony, † Jan. 3, 1893. with a portrait relief by Epler. "(P. 53) Richard Steche's tomb in the Kötzschenbroda churchyard
Rectory Altkötzschenbroda 40
( location ) ! 513.6334725551.1039585
KOE 2nd half of the 17th century,
Gebrüder Kießling , Johannes Eisold (interior ceiling) Rectory: Rectory, cupboard. Memories of the Kötzschenbroda armistice: wooden table, portrait of Elector Johann Georg I, wooden panel. Portrait of Dr. Martin Luther. (P. 54 f.) Parsonage (right) and Lutherhaus (back) in Kötzschenbroda, from the parsonage
Graveyards; graveyard Am Gottesacker
( location ) ! 513.6390505551.1040975
KOE 1602 “The cemetery in the eastern part of the village was laid out in 1602. On the side to the right of the entrance a pointed roof, measuring 58: 160 cm, the side corners are broken, in the middle a recessed triangle with a skull with crossed bones and a cross in relief. Difficult to recognize by the smooth frame below, inscribed : HG….… .6.6.B. This is probably part of the cruzifix that stood in the cemetery. "(P. 54) Deaconess graves in the old cemetery
Vineyard house Am Jacobstein 40
(Friedrichstrasse 24)
( location ) ! 513.6207395551.1143975
NDL 1674
fly whisk ,
1680, 1750,
1862, 1984-95
“Picturesque vineyard house, ground floor and upper floor with gable extension, the latter made of plastered half-timbering. A rectangle in the plan. Due to the steeply sloping terrain, the ground floor is used for commercial purposes. A continuous central wall divides the whole lengthways; on the east side an open staircase with a sturdy dock parapet (Fig. 140). A spacious anteroom with the wooden staircase for the attic. On the outside a charming roof structure, towards the street to a gable, stretched to the side and drawn into a throat; above a pointed roof with a delicate wooden cornice ”(p. 134). House fly whisk in front of the vineyard of the same name
Carefree Augustusweg 48
(Schulstrasse 52)
( location ) ! 513.6752395551.1086425
OBL early 18th century, 1783–89 Johann August Giesel Dehio. Property. The mansion. The inner. Two bells. (P. 149 ff.). The garden shed. (P. 151 ff.). Portraits. (P. 153 ff.). (Figures 157-158). Worry-free house, 1909. Above right in the background: the mouse tower, below Lössnitz Castle
More vineyard properties; Ledenweg 7 Augustusweg 62
(Ledenweg 7)
( location ) ! 513.6797225551.1095835
OBL 1672 "Palace", 1790, around 1850, 1913 “The stately, two-storey mansion with its basic rectangular shape with 13 windows in front should have received its present form in the middle of the 19th century. According to the external form, a uniform building from this time. I could not prove whether an older system was used. In the extensive park you can find different dates on sandstone blocks on a step and on embankment walls. In the upper part 1791, 1792, 1793. To the east next to the manor house 1794, 1795. On a terrace step re. GB Aō. 1792 . On the terrace a few balls, attachments from distant gate pillars of the old enclosure wall. One of the same re. 1797. ”(p. 156 f.). Villa awake
The high house Barkengasse 6
( location ) ! 513.6106255551.1211115
ZIT 13th century Weinberg,
15th century Bischofsberg , 1584, 1885
Giese & Weidner (renovation) “The high house, a stately building on the hillside picturesquely with 2 storeys on the mountain side and a high hipped roof, was completely rebuilt a few years ago, so that the old condition is no longer recognizable.” (P. 292). Hohenhaus Radebeul
Bennoschlösschen Bennostraße 35
(Mittlere Bergstrasse 54)
( location ) ! 513.6727145551.1098335
OBL around 1600, 1896 Gebrüder Ziller (additional press room) Dehio. Two-storey building. Picturesque roof structure. Room division. (P. 135 f.). (Figures 141-144). Bennoschlösschen
Bishop press Bischofsweg 1
( location ) ! 513.6098505551.1175535
ZIT after 1676,
Plot of Bischofspresse No. 66. The house, a rectangular fireplace. The former press house, the rest of a furnace. Monument in the form of a round temple. (P. 291 f.). Winery of the Bishop's Press
Bad-Hotel Burgstrasse 2
(Obere Bergstrasse 62)
( location ) ! 513.6356945551.1144445
NDL 1720,
1791, 1862/63, 1884/85
Adolf Neumann (increase) “In front of the doorstep, as in the public garden, are children's figures from the first half of the 18th century, made of sandstone, namely painting with palette and canvas, sculpture with bust, autumn with wine, winter with fur and brazier. These four about 1 m high. Fisherman with a fish, a shepherd, carrying a lamb, two reapers with ears and a cloth over his head. This a little smaller. There is also an original sundial in sandstone. In the courtyard of the stately, but completely rebuilt property, the inscription MDCCXCI . ”(P. 133). Former bath hotel
More vineyard properties; Schulstrasse 51 Eduard-Bilz-Straße 49, 49c, d
(Schulstrasse 51)
( location ) ! 513.6765835551.1098895
OBL 1627,
1660 winery, 18th century, 1862, 1898
Gebrüder Ziller (conversion), Oskar Menzel (conversion) “In the enclosure wall a round arched door, simply bevelled. Above re. 1660 . The house was rebuilt at the end of the 19th century, the room division changed, a floor was added and the roof was built in a different shape. ”(P. 157). Gate of Haus Albertsberg
Good number 9 Graue-Presse-Weg
( location ) ! 513.6783005551.1163565
WAH Figures have disappeared. “In estate no. 9. On the pillars of the gate, two figures, sandstone, 63 cm high, on the left a Bacchus, in the right raised hand a goblet, in the left and in the hair grapes; the body is partly covered by a fur. Nice characteristic work done. On the right is an old pensive man with a full beard, the bowed head is supported by the right arm, the other is lying over it. The fore part of the body is for the most part bare, a clumsy cloth falls over the back. Handcrafted rough. Probably the second half of the 18th century. "(P. 278) Entrance situation Graue-Presse-Weg
Good No. 1 Gray press route WAH Figures have disappeared. “In Gut Nr. 1. (East of the gray press.) On simple gate pillars two female figures about 110 cm high, sandstone, maybe summer and winter. The former, with his head raised slightly to the right. The high belted robe leaves the left leg free above the knee, the left arm pulls it up with it. In the right hand is a tuft of grain. This is also intertwined in the hair. The second figure holds the head inclined, the arms lie together in front over the chest, the head and body are covered by a fur, of which a paw is visible on the back. Nice, if crude and not very artistic work. Probably around 1700. "(p. 278)
More vineyard properties; Grundstrasse. Keystone (Grundstrasse) OBL 1683 No monument protection today. "In the border wall after the road to a keystone walled, bez. HM / M.DC / LXXXIII . ”(P. 157).
Hoflössnitz Knohllweg 37
(Grundstrasse 74)
( location ) ! 513.6619445551.1116675
OBL in front of 1401
Dohnaer Weingut,
1401 Wettiner,
1650 Lusthaus,
1747/1750 Spitzhaus staircase,
1840 Kavaliershaus
Ezekiel Eckhardt , Christian Schiebling , Centurio Wiebel , Albert Eckhout , Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann , Carl Mildreich Barth , Karl Moritz Haenel Dehio. a) location. Residential building. Farm buildings. Staircase, niche-like construction. (Pp. 136-139). b) The house. The middle hall. Adjoining rooms. (Pp. 139-149). (Figures 145-152). Hoflößnitz, complete system from the Bismarck tower
Kynast Kynastweg 26
( location ) ! 513.6054175551.1251395
ZIT around 1750, around 1860 (tower house) "Kynast Weinberg, cadastral no. 14. Simple house from the 18th century. On the adjoining building a pretty roof turret in the shape of around 1760. The two bells in this one were not accessible to me. ”(P. 291). Kynast mansion
Winemaker's house Mittlere Bergstrasse 4
(Friedrichstrasse 30)
( location ) ! 513.6170145551.1150005
NDL 18th century,
farm building in 1802,
barn around 1940
“Rectangular building, consisting of a ground floor with a recessed upper floor. The roof is hipped on all sides and overhangs the surrounding walls. The entrance door on the straight lintel bez. 1802. ”(P. 135).
Traiteurhaus farm building door
Friedstein vineyard property; On the mountains Mohrenstraße 10
(on the mountains)
( location ) ! 513.6261815551.1154865
NDL 1417 Wehlsberg , 1771 Dehio. The pleasure house. Memorial board. Oven. (P. 132 f.). (Figures 135-137). Mätressenschlösschen
Mohrenhaus Moritzburger Strasse 51
(Moritzburger Strasse 45)
( location ) ! 513.6296675551.1172225
NDL 1544, 17th century. Mohrenköpfe , 1819, 1868–71, 1910–12 Ziller brothers (renovation) “Above the cellar entrance a head as a keystone (18th century). The buildings belong to the 19th century ”(p. 134). Mohrenhaus, garden side, photo by EA Donadini, around 1900
Friedstein vineyard property; Parish daughters' home in Neufriedstein Neufriedstein 2
(Moritzburger Strasse 23)
( location ) ! 513.6253895551.1143335
NDL 1417 Wehlsberg , 1778–80, 1904 “ Vineyard house of stately dimensions, located in the axis of the pleasure house , a classical porticoed porch in front of the south front. Stairs lead down from here to Friedrichstrasse. Rebuilt and expanded several times. ”(P. 133). Neufriedstein mansion (center)
From Minckwitz'scher Weinberg Obere Bergstrasse 30
( location ) ! 513.6438895551.1136565
NDL 1412 Altenberg ,
from 1712 manor house,
1713, 1727, 1877, 1907-09
August Große (conversion, coach house), FA Bernhard Große (conversion of the manor house, outbuildings) Dehio. The house. The inner. Pleasure house. Winemaker's house. Pavilion. (P. 125 ff.). (Figures 125-126). House Minckwitz
High mountain Paradiesstrasse 66/68
(Paradiesstrasse 18)
( location ) ! 513.6552785551.1138615
NDL 1652 Hoher Berg , 1696, 1st half of the 19th century, 1907-09 Otto Rometsch , Adolph Suppes, Gunter Herrmann “Stately property, bordering the Lössnitzgrund to the east, an enclosure wall surrounds the whole thing. The oldest building is the residential building, located on the western slope of the Lössnitzgrunde. It shows the spatial arrangement caused by a central wall. In the middle an anteroom with the access doors from the outside and to the garden, at the side the built-in staircase with a pleasant wooden dock parapet (Fig. 139), probably from the second half of the 17th century. The narrow side to the south with five windows, in front of it a Doric vestibule built around 1800 on four columns. The entablature, formed only in the architrave, also continues to surround the building as a cornice. The roof, which is hipped on all sides, rises above a simple main cornice. On the northern narrow side additions for tavern and stables. On one of these is a pretty roof turret with a figurative weather vane. Older forms were not preserved inside. ”(P. 134). Teaching and education institute, lithograph, around 1823
The piper Pfeifferweg 51
( location ) ! 513.6577785551.1170835
WAH 1825,
Otto Rometsch (design extension), Alwin Höhne (construction) “The Pfeifer (restaurant). Located on the eastern ridge of the Lössnitzgrund. A simple, plain, rectangular building, consisting of a ground floor and an upper floor. On the long side in the middle a three-axis template, which ends at the top as a pointed roof with a semicircular opening, two axes on each side and three on the narrow sides. The door is in the middle of the template and the three windows above it with simple straight roofing on consoles. The inside is not related to the outside. The shapes of the strong main cornice and the roofs probably point the building to the time around 1830. ”(p. 278) Mountain inn "Zum Pfeiffer" (excerpt)
Friedstein vineyard property; Altfriedstein Prof.-Wilhelm-Ring 1
(Mittlere Bergstrasse 88)
( location ) ! 513.6303335551.1147225
NDL 1544 property, around 1740, 1902, around 1790 (fountain) Schilling & Graebner (renovation) “Simple house built in 1740 with a 1.80 m wide roof turret. There is also a carillon with three bowl-shaped bells. 1902 partially rebuilt. In this a bell, 27 cm high, 55 cm in the lower diameter, of pressed shape, marked on the neck: In 1745 Johann Weinhold poured me. On the mountain side a lining wall with three arches in the middle, a small fountain (Fig. 138) from the time around 1790. In this a small water-spouting dolphin and a simple basin, above a fan-like ornament. ”(P. 133). (Fig. 138). Altfriedstein mansion, from Moritzburger Strasse (postcard 1905)
Spitzhaus Spitzhausstrasse 36
( location ) ! 513.6669335551.1138145
OBL 1622,
1672, 1749, 1902, 1928
Wolf Caspar von Klengel , Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann , Richard Beyer, Adolf Neumann (veranda extension) Dehio. Vineyard house. (P. 148 f.). (Figures 153-156). Spitzhaus
Vineyard property Wackerbarths Ruhe Wackerbarthstrasse 1
(Friedrichstrasse 28)
( location ) ! 513.6182585551.1143225
NDL 1727–1729,
1743 Jacobstein, 1853 remodeling, 1916/17
Johann Christoph Knöffel , Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann , Georg Heinsius von Mayenburg (renovation) Dehio. The main building. Chapel. Bells. (Pp. 127-130). (Figures 127-132). View from Jacobstein: Wackerbarth Castle with Belvedere (right center), ancillary facilities and baroque gardens
Vineyard property Wackerbarths Ruhe; Jacobsthurm Wackerbarthstrasse 1
(Friedrichstrasse 28)
( location ) ! 513.6217065551.1155085
NDL 1742,
Werner Hempel (copy) Dehio. Jakobsthurm. (P. 130 f.). (Figures 133-134).
Meinhold's vineyard Weinbergstrasse 10
(Obere Bergstrasse 75)
( location ) ! 513.6640755551.1102585
OBL around 1650,
around 1750 tower house,
1865 country house
Dehio. Construction. (P. 155 f.). (Fig. 159). Meinholdsches Turmhaus in September 2007, right.  the cottage
More vineyard properties; Upper Bergstrasse 77 Weinbergstrasse 20
(Obere Bergstrasse 77)
( location ) ! 513.6669445551.1106065
OBL 1649,
1813, 1837, 1893
“A spacious building, the ground floor massive, the upper floor in half-timbered. On the mountain side above wooden pillars a gallery that has now been built up. To the south-west of the street a rectangular porch, with a hipped roof, above a pleasant Renaissance weather vane, re. 16. EB 49. The inside no longer indicates the old system with certainty. ”(P. 156). Retzschgut
More vineyard properties; Obere Bergstrasse 88 Weinbergstrasse 44
(Obere Bergstrasse 88)
( location ) ! 513.6736115551.1119445
OBL 1770, after 1790, 1917 Martin Hammitzsch “Picturesque, regular, two-storey complex with a wide central building that is closed on the front and back in a half-octagon. The upper floor in half-timbered construction, the boarded areas only partially preserved. On the front side of the central building three windows each. On the narrow sides, east and west, two of them. Above the central building, which is covered with a steep mansard roof like a dome, a weather vane, ins. GS 1770 . The interior has been changed many times. Undoubtedly, the central building with the door, which was now partially walled up, formed a large hall into which the staircase was built. The other rooms lay on the side and were separated by a central wall. The access and stairs have recently been relocated to the western part. The north-western extension is also likely to be added later ”(p. 156). House in the sun


  • Cornelius Gurlitt : Kötzschenbroda . In:  Descriptive representation of the older architectural and art monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony. 26. Booklet: The art monuments of Dresden's surroundings, Part 2: Amtshauptmannschaft Dresden-Neustadt . CC Meinhold, Dresden 1904, pp. 44-56.
  • Cornelius Gurlitt : Niederlössnitz . In:  Descriptive representation of the older architectural and art monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony. 26. Booklet: The art monuments of Dresden's surroundings, Part 2: Amtshauptmannschaft Dresden-Neustadt . CC Meinhold, Dresden 1904, pp. 125-135.
  • Cornelius Gurlitt : Oberlössnitz . In:  Descriptive representation of the older architectural and art monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony. 26. Booklet: The art monuments of Dresden's surroundings, Part 2: Amtshauptmannschaft Dresden-Neustadt . CC Meinhold, Dresden 1904, pp. 135–157.
  • Cornelius Gurlitt : Wahnsdorf . In:  Descriptive representation of the older architectural and art monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony. 26. Booklet: The art monuments of Dresden's surroundings, Part 2: Amtshauptmannschaft Dresden-Neustadt . CC Meinhold, Dresden 1904, p. 278.
  • Cornelius Gurlitt : Zitzschewig . In:  Descriptive representation of the older architectural and art monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony. 26. Booklet: The art monuments of Dresden's surroundings, Part 2: Amtshauptmannschaft Dresden-Neustadt . CC Meinhold, Dresden 1904, p. 291 f.

Individual evidence

  1. Communications from the Royal Saxon Association for Research and Conservation of Patriotic Antiquities. Tenth booklet. CC Meinhold and Sons, Dresden 1857, p. 71 (with a nearly one-page description of the property).
  2. ^ Frank Andert (Red.): Radebeul City Lexicon . Historical manual for the Loessnitz . Published by the Radebeul City Archives. 2nd, slightly changed edition. City archive, Radebeul 2006, ISBN 3-938460-05-9 , p. 202-203 .