This original road cross made out of red sandstone dates back to 1707.
It is restored in 1994 by sculptor Müller.
You can find the cross in the Moselstrasse.
During the processions it is a religious stop.
Built in 1695/96 on an older base. It is one of the nicest brick nogging houses we have ever seen. The wood carvings are very special. One is a stork, after which the house is named. The stork is either symbol of good luck or a symbol of swimmers.
When you go around the corner you see the date 1670 on the facade. This the year this back part of the house was built by Peter Clemens, to be accompinied by the front some 25 years later by Wilhelm Clemens.
Bremms church is mainly dating back to the 15th century, although part of the tower is from the 13th century and other parts from the 18th.
We couldn't look inside as there was a service going on, but according to the website of the tourist info it must be worth to have a look. We enjoyed climbing up hill to the church, situated above the village and take some pictures from the outside.
Have a look at the graveyard around the church too. Many tombstones have grapes on them, telling how important grapes and wine is in Bremm.
Bremm is a little town at Mosel river. Its hiking road on Calmount is famous in this region. At entrance there is a mark written "for practiced hiker", but actually it's not so difficult as it warned. Many familiy with small children come to hike as well.
The view over Mosel is beautiful, you can see lovely Bremm town, Middle-Age ruin Kloster-Stuben, passing boats and trains. You hike through grape trees and appreciate the amazing landscape. That's a wonderful experience.
**Bremmer Calmont, the sweet white wine is very tasty. So far it's sort of the sweet white wine I like most. Mimi said Bremm products also dry white-wine and Calmount means Heisserberg**
Equipment: A pair of comfortable old shoes, water, camera and perhaps food for picnic.