Weather house (Quedlinburg)
The weather house dates from around the year 1900. It consists of a pillar of cast iron , which on a base made with a chamfer LABEL FOR granite stands. There are windows on each of the four sides through which the instruments inside could be viewed. There are decorative friezes on the shaft . Figurative reliefs are incorporated into the four gable panels pointing to each direction . They have iconographic relationships with the course of the day and the city of Quedlinburg.
- State Office for the Preservation of Monuments of Saxony-Anhalt (Ed.): List of monuments in Saxony-Anhalt. Volume 7: Falko Grubitzsch, with the participation of Alois Bursy, Mathias Köhler, Winfried Korf, Sabine Oszmer, Peter Seyfried and Mario Titze: Quedlinburg district. Volume 1: City of Quedlinburg. Fly head, Halle 1998, ISBN 3-910147-67-4 , p. 61.