Röhrigshof (Bad Salzungen)
City of Bad Salzungen
|Height :||265 m above sea level NN|
|Incorporated into:||Depth location|
|Postal code :||36469|
|Area code :||03695|
Location of Röhrigshof in Bad Salzungen
View from the East (2009)
The Röhrigshof can be reached via the Kreisstraße 98 and is located east of Tiefenort, northeast of Oberrohn. The geographic height of the place is .
The Röhrigshof was first mentioned in a document on December 6, 1312. The two Röhrigshöfe - a distinction was made between a lower and an upper Röhrigshof - have merged with Oberrohn through the expansion of the location. The Untere Röhrigshof consisted of five houses in the middle of the 19th century and had 44 inhabitants. There was an important brick factory on the outskirts . The Obere Hof or Großer Röhrigshof formed the main town of the court settlement association in 1312 and was referred to as a village (villa) in the Frankenstein documents. In the 19th century, this part of the village formed a suburb of the Oberrohn estate and was inhabited by five residents. The Röhrigshöfe were administratively connected to Gräfendorf and parish to Möhra.
Since the 1960s, farm workers and employees began to settle in the cement works at Röhrigshof, creating a closed row of houses along the road to Gut Oberrohn.
- Official topographic maps of Thuringia 1: 10,000. Wartburgkreis, district of Gotha, district-free city of Eisenach . In: Thuringian Land Survey Office (Hrsg.): CD-ROM series Top10 . CD 2. Erfurt 1999.
- Wolfgang Kahl : First mention of Thuringian towns and villages. A manual. Rockstuhl Verlag, Bad Langensalza, 2010, ISBN 978-3-86777-202-0 , p. 237