Die Jungsteinzeit – eine schriftlose Zeit. Keramikscherben und Knochenfunde geben wichtige Informationen.
The people of the stone age observed the sky and the course of the sun. Their knowledge and their celebrations have long been forgotten. And yet they have left behind a cultural heritage: the solar observatory.
What exactly happened inside the monument has remained a mystery for science, as well as for the outsiders who were not allowed to enter the enclosure 7000 years ago.
Today, the monument is open to everyone. Like 6800 years ago, when peasants erected the enclosure, the course of the sun can be observed. The stone age sanctuary's special visual and acoustic traits are deeply impressive.
Guided tours and celebrations in the solar observatory at the summer and winter solstices provide visitors with insights into the culture of the neolithic peasants.