Tünnes and Schäl are standing right across from the Church Groß St. Martin on the Alter Markt (Lintgasse 9) chatting about life in Cologne. The dialect name Tünnes comes from the high German name Tony or Antonius.
Right by where you are having lunch, walk around and find the fountain that shows the story of the famous “Heinzelmaennchen”. Whoever finds it first, is the winner of this scavenger.
4. Hopefully you found the main entrance of the cathedral and if you did, you will see a sign attached to it by the main door with the number 4.
It’s the real bones of the 3 wise men.
Answer: He is not a giant trapped in the tower, he is a really big and famous church bell, lovingly called Fat Peter (Dicker Pitter in Koelsch dialect, Saint Peter’s bell in ’normal’ German). Fat Peter was cast in 1923 and weighs about 24,000 kg, the clapper weighing 700 kg. ‘He” is the largest freely swinging bell in the world and still rings at special occasions in a very deep sound.
533. Who in your group guessed it the closest?