A cemetery without graves can be found in Hans Guggenberger's garden. At his blacksmith's shop he produces crosses like his father did. Many years ago his father started to collect wrought iron crosses with unusual inscriptions. In the meantime the collection became a small museum. Admission is free and you can see humorous inscriptions on old wrought iron crosses, which describe very well the life of old and the weaknesses and vices of people.
And this is not the only sight of the area which is worth a visit. Visit the following pages and get inspired for some other excursions.