Description: An about 2 m high Menhir/stone build up 2500 BC. Formerly it was an occult place of the Chatten tribe. In the middle age it was a place trials were hold.
A menhir is a large, single upright standing stone (monolith or megalith), of prehistoric European origin.
The word menhir was adopted, via French, by 19th century archaeologists on the basis of words in the Breton language meaning "long stone". In german they are called Hinkelstein