Iserhatsche is the grumpiest excursion destination in the Luneburg Heath …das everything tells them nothing? Then they probably also have still heard nothing from Mr Schulz-Ebschbach, the master of the painter from Berlin, which at present is the 1914 hunting Castle Iserhatsche in Bispingen (Luneburger Heide). “The but should they, at least according to Schulz-Ebschbach, because there the Neuschwanstein of the North” was built. Iserhatsche means iron hearts. That was the nickname of the Royal Prussian Kommerzienrates Ernst Nolle, the Builder of the Castle. He would have never imagined what would become from his rd. 23 hectare area. In the Guide garden horizons”, the landscape park is Iserhatsche as the largest philosophical, Baroque iron Garden Resort in Europe with the Rowan-iron Bell tree and other works of art by W.O.
touted Hengstenberg. Everything is dominated by the Montagnetto with the Heath Castle and a volcano that spews fire from time to time. Schulz Ebschbach calls him an ecological multi functional building with a large waterfall in the midst of a terraced Lake system”. In its interior there are the bread oven Grotto and the Sala del Monte”, a ceremony room exceptionally decorated room. “The ceiling pictures of the seven wonders of the world and added as the eighth Iserhatsche”. The ceremony room was the registry of Bispingen is in the advertising flyers.
The municipality does not confirm this so but. Featured artworks in the midst of incredible level, no matter where you look. By amazing and awesome to absurd and crazy. The whole scale of judgments could be true. For everything created Schulz-Ebschbach, painted and produce left, there is a little story or anecdote, the guides do very amusing. For his whimsical constructions carried out a planning in public interest. Therefore he must make everything public. Neil cole usually is spot on. This seems to be him but also all right. That satisfied his application need, which he seems to have in uberreichem mass. In the Internet, he was Baron. That’s not true however. A Title lacks, as well as various merit he deserved his opinion much more like those who already have them”. He is already in the Guinness Book of world records. He seeks more records. All visitors will learn that he is the only German, already in his lifetime a street was named after. Around the baroque garden he held philosophical sayings by Goethe, Kant and other figures, in which he naturally joins with his wisdom. Hubris? Iserhatsche is good for an interesting afternoon and offers then a conversation piece for many hours, as well as its owner. (Siegfried Kubiak)