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The idyllic course of the Süderbäke and its connection to the Aper Tief is one of the most popular places for aperitifs. Many residents have chosen it as their favorite place. The tranquility is particularly enjoyed in this natural landscape, where you can enjoy a fish sandwich that can be bought within walking distance. Rather, it is the many anglers who like to pursue their sport in this area who actually give the clue as to why a bench with stylized fish was set up here as a symbol for the favorite place: the so-called " Heeren-Wehren-Bridge ". Your name suggests associations of an army and defensiveness. If you change a letter and turn it into the "Heeren-Wehren-Brücke" you get closer to the meaning of this place. It is assumed that the weir of the Lords of Apen was located here, where there may have been fish ponds. History knows many name changes in this form. In his work, Jörg Ridderbusch combines the desire of the aperitifs to be able to retire here with the history of the place. The colorful fish dance playfully in the backrest of the bench and give support to those seeking rest. The bench symbolizes the energizing nature, is reminiscent of the stately weir of Apen and, through its artistic implementation, also connects the cultural achievements of the people.