04 - Old Parsonage
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Massive archways, a draw well and the chimney over the open-fire kitchen attest to the age of the former parsonage. In 1313 the parson Master Albrecht bequeathed the building as a dwelling for his successors. In around 1575, when the building was owned by a butcher’s family, the frescoes were added, which depict, behind a grate, a herdsman with sheep and cattle, a couple in contemporary peasant attire, and the lion of the English coat of arms.

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