Neo-renaissance commercial building from 1898 with a corner oriel. Below the second floor windows of the oriel are portrait medallions of:
and below the first floor windows reliefs depicting the seasons as allegorical landscapes.
- J. Lambert 1830 1897.
Johann Lambert (1830-1897), 'Kunst- und Handelsgärtner' (merchant in garden supplies) in Trier, commissioned this building.
- A. Thaer 1752 1828.
Albrecht Daniel Thaer (Celle 1752 - Gut Möglin bei Wriezen 1828), German agronomist and an avid supporter of the humus theory for plant nutrition
- W. Rautenstrauch 1836 1896.
Wilhelm Rautenstrauch, Trier merchant.
- Lenné 1789 1866.
Peter Joseph Lenné (Bonn 1789 - Potsdam 1866), Prussian gardener and landscape architect
Neo-renaissance commercial building from 1898, designed by the architects Wieselsberger & Müller, Würzburg, for the Kunstgärtnerei J. Lambert & Söhne.
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Location (N 49°45'23" - E 6°38'26")
Item Code: derp036; Photograph: 17 June 2011
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