Picking from a hammock of golden parmains, cox orange and jonathan? Sounds like paradise and it is, because it is possible in the Rambow parish garden. Retired pastor Eckart Hübener invites guests to stay in the associated baroque half-timbered parsonage.
From here you can visit not only the church with its freshly restored early Baroque altar after Dürer's woodcuts, a chest organ and a Lucas Cranach.
The Mecklenburg Chapel Trail also starts from here, based on an idea by Eckart Hübener. Hübener is a human encyclopedia of invisible history. He knows sunken places, knows where mills and village chapels stood until the Thirty Years' War. Now you can go on a pilgrimage in their footsteps. Wherever there were chapels as celebrations of living faith for people in the village, a cross with an artistically designed Bible verse and a stone bench now invite you back to contemplation. The station Wüste Kirche Domherrenhagen is particularly beautifully embedded in the landscape.
The chapel path was awarded the mission prize of the Hamburg association "Andere Zeiten" ("Other Times").