If you walk past the historic toll tower in Eichenbühl and always follow the path up the mountain,
then you come when you come out of the forest after about 400m to the 3 bills.The 3 bills, also called the swedish cross, are intended to commemorate the place of execution for a peasant ringleader at the end of the peasant war. A large sword is engraved into the cross.
The second shrine shows the crucified man, a man is kneeling in front of it, the script is only partially preserved: "Peter Rohrig was cruelly slaughtered here".
Today you can see nothing of the picture u of the writing and the chronicle still says:
Perhaps this is the man who was murdered in 1625 from the nearby country walks.
The third picture shows no inscription, represents a niche in which figures of saints were probably placed.
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February 7, 2020
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