Lugenstein in Verden (Aller)
Verden (Aller), Niedersachsen, Germany
The forecourt of the cathedral in Verden, Lugenstein, was until the 9th century used as a place of justice.
The name is said to come from its former name "Loegstein" which can be translated as "Lügenstein" / "Stone of Lies".
When Karl the Great "hold justice" over the none-christian 4500 saxons of the area, he is said to have stood in the place of the Lugenstein.
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