Bell tower, Schallendorf

Burgenland

Built: 1776
Year of translocation: 1970

Bell towers like this one first started to appear in the 17th century. The bell tower from Schallendorf is built of large oak timbers using frame construction. It has a straw-thatched roof. The bell was rung to alert inhabitants to imminent danger, such as fire, yet also to call them to prayers and to announce the death of a member of the community.

 

Austrian Open-Air Museum Stübing


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