Tina & Basil Wolfrhine visited the stone circle Schwarzenberg near Schömberg in Baden-Württemberg/Germany.

The Schwarzenberg stone circle was built between 1993 and 1995 based on the ancient model of the late Neolithic stone circle "Merry Maidens" in Cornwall, southern England and is probably the largest stone circle in Germany.

On a large meadow lined with forest and field rises an ensemble of 22 prehistoric-looking sandstone blocks, the highest of which is up to 2.3 meters high.

Even if it's not an old stone circle, the magic of the old tales is omnipresent.