Baroque Pavilion With Rose Garden

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description

brief description: 

the baroque building which, today, stands on the busy B41 federal highway in Ottweiler is known simply as the Pavilion. Commissioned by Prince William Henry of Nassau-Saarbrücken, local baroque master builder Friedrich Joachim Stengel drew up the plans for the little château, which is presumed to have been built in 1758/1759. Nestled in the château´s former garden, it thrones on an artificially created island amidst the Blies river. Prince William Henry used to reside there during his visits to Ottweiler, especially during hunting season. Since 1987, the Pavilion, which stands under landmark protection, houses the administration of the Protestant church district of Ottweiler. With original wainscoting and door trim panels from its construction period, a marble chimney and a renovated staircase, the beautiful historic château, to this day, evokes the baroque splendour of times past

relevant filming facts

opening times: 
while the rose garden is open to the public all year round, the Pavilion - being the seat of the administration of the Protestant church district of Ottweiler - may be visited by prior arrangement only
usage: 
administrative building of the Protestant church district of Ottweiler
condition: 
excellent
layout: 
quadratic
Background noise: 
the Pavilion stands on the busy B41 federal highway
surroundings: 
the Pavilion is embedded in a small park in the heart of Ottweiler. At its eastern end, the park borders the very busy B41 federal highway. In westerly direction, it is limited by the Blies river
Lift/elevator: 
n/a
possible disturbing factors: 
road traffic noise
Space restrictions: 
to be discussed
Time restrictions : 
to be discussed
Catering: 
the Pavilion is situated in close proximity of Ottweiler´s historic Old Town with a wide variety of eateries which, upon prior agreement, could serve as caterers
premises: 
additional facilities for make-up, wardrobe, technical equipment, etc. can be made available upon prior agreement
Filming experience: 
Saarländischer Rundfunk (German public broadcaster) for a television magazine called Fahr mal hin

accessibility

car: 
coming from Saarbrücken on the A623 motorway going in the direction of Neunkirchen, take the Friedrichsthal exit (1). Turn right onto the A8 motorway going in the direction of Mannheim, Neunkirchen, Karlsruhe. Take the Neunkirchen, Spiesen exit (23) and get onto the B41 federal highway going in the direction of Neunkirchen, Ottweiler, St. Wendel. Continue on the B41 for approx. 3,5 km until reaching a roundabout. Take the right exit, direction Neunkirchen, Ottweiler. At the next roundabout, turn left, direction Ottweiler, St. Wendel. Follow the course of the B41 to the town entrance of Ottweiler. Before reaching the second junction with traffic light, you will already see the Pavilion on your right hand side
train: 
the Pavilion can be reached in 5 minutes on foot from Ottweiler Central Station (Ottweiler Hauptbahnhof)

supply

sanitary facilities: 
available
parking lot: 
urban parking (e.g. on the nearby Schlossplatz)
electricity supply: 
available (regular and high voltage)
water supply: 
available

contact

Steffen Conrad
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