Town Hall and Baking House Dahenfeld
Skill Level: easy
Size (LxWxH): 93x60x64 mm (3x2x2 inch)
The town hall of Dahenfeld was built from 1758 to 1759. Since 1990 the south facade of the townhall overlooks the Remigius fountain. The building is representative for village architecture of the 18th century.
The baking house in Dahenfeld was built in 1837. It was last extensively restored in 1998. Until today the house is in use and citizens with a sense of tradition bake their bread there. As firewood only local vine wood is used and because of that the bread gains it unique taste.
|Manufacturer||HMV Hamburger Modellbaubogen Verlag|
|Sheet size||DIN A4|
|Length||93 mm (3.66 inch)|
|Width||60 mm (2.36 inch)|
|Height||64 mm (2.52 inch)|
|Bauanleitung||German, English, Pictures|