14 Feb How will I find the Rose of the good old days?
“Into the King Laurin rose garden come only the child and the poet. If you can sing a beautiful ballad, then the way will be open to you.”
There is another Tyrolean legend, which is no less, marvellous. The fiancée of a prince brings the “rose of memory” to the land of her betrothed. When questioned as to the nature of this rose, the young fiancée replies that it symbolises the memory of the days when there was neither hate nor murder, when all was beautiful and good. Centuries passed. With time, this unique rose gave rise to an immense garden, covering the mountain and flooding the whole country with crimson. Laurin is the king of this rose garden. He was this fiancé whose betrothed of the month of May had brought the rose of memory. Finally, he was forced to forbid men access to his rose kingdom. One day, children whilst playing found a mysterious key and thus entered into the garden. This key, was a Dietrich, a master key, was it not?
Watch our video on the mystic Roses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDzgbAyN1fo