Hansel and Gretel
Squint and you will see a male and a female figure here. They are signposted as the fairy-tale characters Hansel and Gretel, but, in fact, date back to the second century AD and are probably Celtic gods of the forest. They are located not far from the ancient boot-shaped stone (2009-10-11), in a secluded woody valley, and it is assumed that Hansel and Gretel also formed part of rituals of sacrifice.
Hare and hedgehog
A story from the Grimm brothers (original Low German, English translation), wherein is told the tale of a hare that ridicules the stumpy legs of a hedgehog. The offended hedgehog challenges the hare to a race to take place in a field. As the hare reaches the finishing line at the end of the field, he sees the hedgehog's wife who appears identical to her husband. Imagining he has been beaten, the hare challenges the hedgehog to another race. This is repeated 73 times. On the 74th race, the hare collapses and dies on the spot.
Willi Graf - 1918-1943
Willi Graf was raised in Saarbrücken. As a schoolboy and student, he was a member of the anti-Nazi resistance movement, playing an active role in the White Rose resistance group. He was arrested twice. At the second time, he was executed. Since then, he has become a fine example of civil courage and seven schools have been named after him, including the Willi Graf Gymnasium in Saarbrücken.
Infinity of glass
The façade of the swimming pool on the grounds of the Hermann Neuberger Sport School.