Schnepfenthal Salzmann School


The Schnepfenthal Institution (Salzmannschule Schnepfenthal) is a school in Schnepfenthal, a section of Waltershausen, Germany, founded in 1784 by Christian Gotthilf Salzmann, originally for the purpose of raising the children of his large family and testing new educational theories. The curriculum borrowed ideas from John Locke, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and especially Johann Bernhard Basedow, the founder of the first Philanthropinum, a progressive experimental school in Dessau. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Rivers and tributaries

  1. Schmalwasser
  2. Emse (river)


  1. Schnepfenthal Salzmann School

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Ebenheim
  2. Metebach
  3. Trügleben

Other interest places

  1. Apfelstädtaue
  2. Kilianstein
  3. Reinhardsbrunn
  4. Friedrichroda
  5. Tambach-Dietharz
  6. Fröttstädt

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