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Remains of the church

Schaubesfelde (also Schobesfeld) is a desert near Emseloh in the district of Mansfeld-Südharz . A church ruin with a tower and a small ship is still preserved from the village in the forest. Nothing can be seen of the other houses. Schaubesfelde was protected by a wall and a moat. The name probably means "the place from which you can see far into the field".


  • Around 1347 the place called Schouenfelde at that time is an accessory from the Sangerhausen office.
  • In 1400 the village is mentioned as Schoppenfelde .
  • In 1406 Schoybisfelde is described as desolate.
  • In 1434 the Thuringian Landgrave Friedrich der Friedfertige and Bernd von Asseburg exchanged a third of the Holzmark Schaffenfelde for a place on the Roten Holz near Utenfelde .

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  • Erich Neuss : Wüstungskunde of the Mansfeld districts (Seekreis and Gebirgskreis) , first issue, p. 323-325. Verlag Hermann Böhlaus successor, Weimar 1971, DNB 720075025

Coordinates: 51 ° 31 '48 "  N , 11 ° 23' 57"  E