Mountain Biking Highlight
"According to a legend, a Saxon trumpeter jumped from the opposite rock with his horse to flee from the enemy troops in the Weißeritz. On the opposite valley floor he blew his trumpet, a shot of the enemy pierced it and hit it." - Information sign on site"The Trumpeter Rock is a rock that looks out near the former railway bridge in Seifersdorfer Grund. It is said that a Saxon trumpeter came from Oelsa with his horse in the Seven Years' War. He was followed by the Austrian troops. When he stood on the rock above the Weißeritz and found no other way out, horse and rider jumped across the river. When he reached the other bank of the Weißeritz, he blew his trumpet as a thank you for his life. However, a shot by the pursuers hit his trumpet. The trumpet is said to have been kept for a long time In 1800 the rock was called Rabenstein. " - de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabenauer_Grund#Sagen
April 25, 2020
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