Schmale Strasse 4 (Quedlinburg)

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House Schmale Strasse 4

The house at Schmale Straße 4 is a listed building in the city of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt .


It is located in the northern part of the historic Quedlinburg old town on the west side of Schmalen Strasse . The building, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is registered as a residential building in the Quedlinburg Register of Monuments . To the north is the also listed building on Schmale Strasse 5 .

Architecture and history

The three-storey baroque half-timbered house was built in 1690. An inscription L • ZM with a coat of arms refers to the builder designated with the abbreviation LZM . The upper floors protrude clearly. On the floor thresholds are found Schnitzungen, the sleepers with during renovations in the 18th century chord profiles have been covered. The parapets of the second floor are provided with diamond crosses . The roof structure comes from the time the house was built. The corner consoles were carved with so-called angel heads.


Individual evidence

  1. Hans-Hartmut Schauer, The urban planning monument Quedlinburg and its half-timbered buildings, Verlag für Bauwesen Berlin 1990, ISBN 3-345-00233-7 , page 72
  2. Hans-Hartmut Schauer, Quedlinburg, specialist workshop / world cultural heritage , Verlag Bauwesen Berlin 1999, ISBN 3-345-00676-6 , page 62

Coordinates: 51 ° 47 ′ 28.7 "  N , 11 ° 8 ′ 31.5"  E