Part of the decoration of the hermitage
The Wood Cabin
What appears at first glance to be a wood storage hut, upon closer inspections turns out to be a viewing cabin which can be entered through a door and presents a surprises and delightful view onto the pond and the landscape.
It was destroyed in 1793 and was built anew in the 19th century. In this period, the inscribed panels bearing aphorisms in many different languages - formerly part of the Language Pyramid - were brought into the Wood Cabin and placed on the inside walls. This changed the meaning of the place and from then on it was portrayed as the hermit's study.