Roman Stone Quarry of “Kriemhildenstuhl”: The most unusual sight to see in this, the best-conserved Roman quarry north of the Alps, is the original antique “Graffiti der Römer”. Engravings and other works of art, over 2,000 years old and still to be be marvelled at. One assumes that the sandstone quarried here was used to build the major buildings of the town of Mainz, which was originally Roman. The view from the quarry encompasses Bad Dürkheim and its vineyards.
67098 Bad Dürkheim