According to a legend, the counts for the import of butter became so high that the farmers no longer entered the city to sell their butter, but in front of the Heide Tor. Since many households had to walk too far in wind and weather, a wealthy virgin went to the count and asked them to pay the customs forever, whereupon the count told her to take a gold coin from Heide Tor to the market with every step, whatever had happened. In her honor, the golden figure was built on the market.
January 12, 2020
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