Mölln / Germany
Mölln is located on the B 207 (old Salzstraße) about 30 km south of Lübeck, in the area of the natural park Lauenburg Lakes. The town's hilltop is an end moraine land strip marked by the melting water of the last ice age. The old town is surrounded by lakes. The Elbe-Lübeck Canal leads past Mölln. Mölln has about 20,000 inhabitants, was first mentioned in 1188 and was recognized as Kneipp resort in 1970.
A world-renowned "rogue" has been found in Mölln his final resting place. Till Eulenspiegel is buried there.At the west portal of the Möllner Nikolai Church, a memorial stone is walled, reminiscent of the fact that Till Eulenspiegel was buried vertically according to tradition, as the coffin crashed at the funeral and stood upright in his grave. In an old half-timbered building an "Eulenspiegel Museum" is set up.Worth seeing in Mölln is also well preserved old town and the well-kept parks.