This ancient stone was said to be a goddess of fertility in the early days of agriculture and take care of good flourishing and rich harvest of the grain, while the patron Laurentius assumed that task in the Middle Ages for wine cultivation. A Christian symbol replaces the old pagan faith with the same meaning. Another legend says that a donkey rescued a maiden there. You can see a hoof print below the stone. The locals called the stone Köwericher Lay. It is 3 meters long and 2.25 meters wide and is shaped like a human figure.