Barsbek

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village 3/4 miles northeast of Kiel, at the almost dry stream Baarsbek near to the Baltic-Sea, in the Probstei, belonging to the monastery Preetz, parish Schoenberg. One part of this village with the mill, was buyed by the monastery from Marquard Barsbek in the year 1379 and the other part 1383 from Eler Kale; in the year 1410 given as a present to the monastery again by the former Klosterprobst, in those days Domherr, Heinrich Konemann, who bought it some years before. It contains 15 Farms, 2 Halfhufen, 2 Quarterhufen, 16 small houses with and 5 small houses without land. - School: 120 children, citizens: 611 - 1 host, 1 blacksmith and several craftsman. - 112 Tonnen (old german measure for land) meadows, also here is a oaktree plantation belonging to the monastery . The bigest part of the meadows are Salzwiesen (Saltmeadows) at the Barsbeker-Binnensee ( inland lake), on a shallow bay of the Baltic Sea, there are often floodings from the Balticsea.The effort to dam this landed property took a lot of money, without any success.The remainder of the Barsbeker Deichs (dike) are present. In the north of the Barsbeker Salzwiesen (Saltmeadows) was a elevated sandy area named Bothsand (former Boz).This place was used for the hunting of seabirds. At the same area is standing a shepherdhut which is belonging to Wisch. The hut is used in the summer. Near Barsbek was a sacrifice- or tombhill, named Steinhorst; one verry large stone is lieing on five other stones, from this stones a part was taken some time ago and used for the wall of a HUFE ( farmhouse). There are many more destroyed tombhills..- The former aristrocatic family von Barsbek was living here. In the east next to the village was a watermill located on the Muehlenkamp.

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GOV-Id BARBEKJO54DJ
name
  • Barsbek (deu)
type
  • village
population
postal code
  • W2306 (- 1993-06-30)
  • 24217 (1993-07-01 -)
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  • geonames:2952419
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TK25: 1527

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Barsbek ( municipality )

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Barsbek (- 1778) ( parish )

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