During the construction of the paddle pond in 1973, one came across remains of a human settlement from the Carolingian period of the 8th to 9th centuries. Dr. Karlwerner Kaiser, Walter Ehscheid and Alfons Rohner arranged an emergency excavation. The settlement had to be flooded by fire after its destruction by fire and remained untouched for centuries. One preserved a one-meter-thick cultural layer of charred beams, clay chunks and wickerwork prints and partially decorated with rolling stamp patterns ceramic discs.
A knight stone at the end of the pond reminds of it.
November 20, 2018
A great location. Nice that it was open again.
The atmosphere is currently suffering from the corona rules: one-way access and only every second bank can be used, mouth protection, etc.
But the cyclist and the cherry crumble cake tasted very good after half the cobbler's tour.
June 20, 2020
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