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Romanesque house Bad Kösen

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Monument of the Romanesque Road.

The Romanesque House in Bad Kösen was once part of a farmyard that had been donated by the Bishop of Naumburg, Udo I, to the Cistercian monastery that had been relocated from Schmölln to Schulpforte. In 1138 Pope Innocent II confirmed this farm to the monastery as grangia cusne with all its possessions and tithe. Between 1150 and 1175
Monument of the Romanesque Road.

The Romanesque House in Bad Kösen was once part of a farmyard that had been donated by the Bishop of Naumburg, Udo I, to the Cistercian monastery that had been relocated from Schmölln to Schulpforte. In 1138 Pope Innocent II confirmed this farm to the monastery as grangia cusne with all its possessions and tithe. Finally, between 1150 and 1175, the two-storey Romanesque house was built of shell limestone and served the monastery and later the Pforta Provincial School for the following centuries as a farm building with stables, storage and living quarters.

In 1955 the museum was opened in the Romanesque House, which presents the history of the settlement and monastery as well as the history of the Bad Kösen Saltworks presents. As an architectural monument on the Romanesque Road, the Romanesque House is today one of the oldest preserved stone buildings of a monastic foreign trade in Central Germany.

In an outbuilding we show in Käthe Kruse's doll world one of the biggest exhibitions of Käthe Kruse dolls worldwide.

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Tuesday through Sunday:
10:00 - 17:00

Open on public holidays (Easter and Whit Monday etc.),
closed on 24/25/31 December and 1 January.
  • Bad weather offer
  • for all weathers
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Pets allowed
  • Suitable for seniors
  • WC facility
  • Disabled access
Adults: 4,00 €
Reduced: 3,00
Persons under 18 years and school classes: free
Groups (from 10 persons): 3,00 € p.p.
Guided tours: plus 40 € (only by appointment)

Where:

Address:

City of Naumburg - Museum administration

On the artificial linkage
06628 Bad Kösen
Phone: +49 34463 / 27668
E-mail: post@museumnaumburg.de
website: http://www.mv-naumburg.de/

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