Fountain with on top a statue of Siegfried with the dragon.
Coat of arms Heyl zu Herrnsheim
coat of arms Sophie Stein, Heyl's wife
In the spaces between the arches are texts and coat of arms:
- 12. februar / 1913
- a.v. hildebrand / fecit
- Coat of arms of Worms.
- freiherr von heyl / zv herrnsheim
- der vaterstadt / gewidmet
- freifrav sophie von / heyl z herrnsheim
- Coat of arms.
The Nibelungenlied, translated as The Song of the Nibelungs, is an epic poem in Middle High German. The story tells of dragon-slayer Siegfried at the court of the Burgundians, and Kriemhild, his wife, the wooing of Brünhild and the death of Siegfried at the hands of Hagen, and Hagen's hiding of the Nibelung treasure in the Rhine. The second part deals with Kriemhild's marriage to Etzel, her plans for revenge, the journey of the Burgundians to the court of Etzel, and their last stand in Etzel's hall
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Location (N 49°37'47" - E 8°21'40")
Item Code: derp082; Photograph: 25 September 2011
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