The word "Maledei" sounds quite romantic. And if you consider that the old German verb "maledeien" has the meaning "to curse, to curse", the name fits this spot of earth quite well. Because it was enchanted here for quite a while.
Near Schlicht, a district of Feldberger Seenlandschaft, you can find an old German fortification from the 13th century The so-called Turmhügel was a fortification on which a multi-story tower was built for defensive purposes. Nowadays, visitors can let their gaze wander freely over the remains of the wall made of rock and the artificial moat. In the mid-1990s, the site was cleared of the fairy-tale thorny undergrowth that had covered the old fortifications for centuries. The name, however, probably refers to the hard, difficult living conditions under which the knights inhabited the narrow complex without any amenities.