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Former Salt House

It was interesting to learn, that the salt in the middle age was coming from Austria to Ceske... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
545medva
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Budapest, Hungary
Former Salt House

Nowadays the building houses the Motocycle museum. This former Salt House was built in 1531 as... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2012
vakantiejozef
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Olen, Belgium
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4 weeks ago
“Currently under restoration”
Jul 17, 2017
“Former Salt House”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Would have liked to see more of this building, but it's currently covered in scaffolding and obviously undergoing extensive restoration. Disappointing but at least this means it will be preserved for the future.

Thank Kevin P
Reviewed 17 July 2017

It was interesting to learn, that the salt in the middle age was coming from Austria to Ceske Budejovice, and was distributed from here i.e. to Prague. The Solnice was the house for salt.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 9 September 2015

It is nice to see on the outside. I did not go inside, instead i enjoyed the building from the outside.

Thank Brenton K
Reviewed 20 September 2012

Nowadays the building houses the Motocycle museum. This former Salt House was built in 1531 as granery, later it was used as city armoury and after that used as salthouse to store salt (of which its name was derived). It is an oblong building of...More

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