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Buildings

The following are listed buildings or sites in Rhineland-Palatinate’s Directory of Cultural Monuments:

  • Saint Nicholas’s Catholic Parish Church (Pfarrkirche St. Nikolaus) – Romanesque west tower, possibly about 1200, upper part possibly Late Gothic, possibly about 1480; Baroque aisleless nave, marked 1733, sacristy, marked 168(8?); grave cross, 18th century; graveyard, Coronation of the Virgin group, 18th century; warriors’ memorial with relief as gateway arch, 1920s; whole complex with church and graveyard
  • Village centre (monumental zone) – from Römerstraße to the Old School on Briederweg, along Abteistraße and Zehnthofstraße including church and graveyard
  • cast-iron hand pump, late 19th century
  • Abteistraße 6 – solid building, 17th or 18th century
  • Abteistraße 7 – timber-frame house, partly solid, plastered, hipped roof, dendrochronologically dated to 1478/1479 and 1486, expansions in the 18th and early 20th centuries; addition; commercial building with mediaeval entrance; whole complex
  • Abteistraße 8 – timber-frame house, partly solid, plastered, half-hipped roof, roof trusses about 1470/1480, conversion possibly in the 18th century
  • Abteistraße/Römerstraße – barn, about 1480
  • Briederner Weg – cast-iron hand pump, late 19th century
  • Briederner Weg 1 – solid building, partly timber-frame, dendrochronologically dated to 1529/1530
  • Briederner Weg 2 – cast-iron hand pump, late 19th century
  • Briederner Weg 10 – old school; quarrystone building, 1886/1887
  • Briederner Weg 11 – quarrystone house with sandstone window frames, marked 1898
  • im Winkel 4 – timber-frame house, partly solid, 18th century
  • Kehrstraße 6 – timber-frame house, roofed with Eternit, mansard roof, 18th century
  • Kirchstraße 5 – solid building with timber-frame oriel, dendrochronologically dated to 1460 ± 5 years
  • Kirchstraße 6 – former Brauweiler Hof, Brauweiler Monastery’s tithing manor; representative building with half-hipped roof, Abbot Amandus Herriger’s (1756-1778) coat of arms, about 1770, architect possibly Nikolaus Lauxen; Baroque figure of Saint Nicholas; winepress house, dendrochronologically dated to 1651
  • Kirchstraße 7 – solid building, essentially late mediaeval, 15th century, timber-frame oriel, marked 1762
  • Kirchstraße 8 – winepress house, partly timber-frame, about 1605/1606
  • Kirchstraße 9 – solid building, dendrochronologically dated to 1542/1543, cellar portal marked 1605, timber-frame oriel from the 18th century
  • Kirchstraße 10 – three-floor house, timber-frame upper floor marked 1737, essentially possibly older
  • Kirchstraße 12 – three-floor timber-frame house, partly solid, dendrochronologically dated to 1478 ± 5 years, marked 1772
  • Kochstraße 4 – solid building, dendrochronologically dated to 1485
  • Raiffeisenstraße – timber-frame barn, partly solid, 18th or 19th century; relief, early 18th century
  • Raiffeisenstraße 1 – cast-iron pump, late 19th century
  • Römerstraße 1 – solid building, dendrochronologically dated to 1494/1544
  • Römerstraße 7 – timber-frame house, partly solid, mansard roof, 18th century
  • Römerstraße 9 – mansard roof building, 18th century
  • Weinbergstraße – winepress house, quarrystone mansard roof building, 18th century
  • Weinbergstraße 3 – timber-frame house, partly solid, balloon frame, possibly from the 16th century, cellar portal marked 1605
  • Weinbergstraße 11 – quarrystone building, partly timber-frame, Moselle-style, 1910
  • Weinbergstraße 13 – timber-frame house, partly solid, plastered, marked 1584, addition 1869, conversion 1934
  • Weinbergstraße 14 – two-part timber-frame house, partly solid or plastered, 16th century, newer part from the 18th or 19th century; whole complex together with no. 16
  • Weinbergstraße 16 – timber-frame house, partly solid, plastered, dendrochronologically dated to 1525; well; whole complex together with no. 14
  • Weinbergstraße 18 – timber-frame house, partly solid, balloon frame, late 16th century
  • Weinbergstraße 20 – cast-iron cross, late 19th century
  • Zehnthofstraße – garden with wrought-iron pavilion, marked 1895
  • Zehnthofstraße 2 – quarrystone building with half-hipped roof, mid 19th century
  • Zehnthofstraße 4 – quarrystone building with timber-frame oriel, marked 1569
  • Zehnthofstraße 5 – quarrystone building, early 19th century
  • Before Zehnthofstraße 5 – cast-iron hand pump, late 19th century
  • Zehnthofstraße 8 – quarrystone house, plastered, dendrochronologically dated to 1562, conversion in the 19th century; whole complex with garden
  • Zehnthofstraße 13 – timber-frame house, partly solid, plastered, hipped mansard roof, dendrochronologically dated to 1737
  • Zehnthofstraße 17 – see Kirchstraße 6
  • Zehnthofstraße 18 – lintel, marked 1771
  • Zehnthofstraße 21 – plastered building, marked 1926
  • Weinbergskapelle (“Vineyard Chapel”) – Baroque quarrystone building
  • On the other side of the Moselle, on Bundesstraße 49 – ruins of a factory, plastered building with middle risalto
  • north of Mesenich – forest chapel, so-called Erdpfalzhäuschen

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