under a summer lock one understands a lock that temporarily - particularly in the summer - was inhabited and usually in relative proximity to the actual master seat was.
many residences were appropriate, historically conditionally, directly inthe cities (z. B. the yard castle in Vienna) and were only conditionally suitable as grown building ensembles for a magnificent baroque yard attitude. In order to reach better heatableness, the apartments were frequently more modestly dimensioned, by close roads and lanes could the areas be very dark; besidesthe soot of the fire-places had to be removed after a long winter. Summer locks were pretty often more magnificently equipped than the actual residence, many developed besides at the peripheral areas of the cities and offered so the surface for a representative lock park, that within the close Stadtmauern nonePlace would have found.
Caused by the fact that functioning fire-places were hardly necessary in the summer was furnished, pretty often enormous splendor halls, which could not insufficient be heated in the winter or and therefore in the actual main lock was missing. Also the dwellings were often more largely dimensioned, in many summer residencesone could besides directly from the dwellings in the garden arrive.
The annual in and excerpt was often a logistic master achievement. Rarely had the summer and the winter residences own furniture existence, then with the annual removal all mobile works of art, furniture, clothes and supplies were often carried forward andthe entire yard state of the aristocracy, Entourage up to servant shank found a new home for the summer months.
Examples of summer locks are: