Here you can admire the remains of a Slavic hilltop castle over 1000 years old. The local rampart is a typical example of the need for protection and defense in the Slavic period.
The local hilltop castle was first mentioned in literature in 1839 and was archaeologically investigated in later times. The Slavic Obotrite tribe once lived there. The inner area covers about 3 hectares and the rampart, built of clay and field stones, still has a height of eight meters in places and a width of 10 meters at its base. In some areas, remains of an upstream ditch, originally three to four meters wide, are recognizable. Mighty ramparts at high altitudes are a characteristic of the first Slavic period.