The Gruft of the counts von Wintzingerode is in a forest area close of the castle Bodenstein between the places Wintzingerode and Worbis in the calibration field. This is a family grave and at the same time also a cemetery for the officials of the castle Bodenstein.
This was put on 1823 by the count Georg Ernst Levin. The Gruft with the stone coffins, in which a completely special climate is to prevail, which mummifies the dead ones in their coffins. At the entrance are two interior writings, among other things: „Ev. Joh.II.v25. - I am resurrection and the life. “ Also one finds some old and verwilderte graves, which partial is provided with crosses, in the environment. Here also officials of the counts found their peace.
The large stone cross shows the coat of arms of the Mr. von Wintzingerode as well as the inscription " Jesus answers: I know it and her follow me and I give them the eternal life. Joh.10.27.28". Last burying took place in the year 1924. This Gruft can be visited only from the outside. 1823 Application of the Gruft by count Georg Ernst Levin 1824 Burying of Friedrich Levin of Wintzingerode
(1804-1824) 1834 Burying of count Georg Ernst Levin von Wintzingerode (1752-1834) 1835 Burying of Aeone realm countess of Wintzingerode (1800-1835) 1924 last burying of an official before the Gruft