In the 16th Century this spring supplied water to the residents and monks near the waterfront.
There are several legends about the Hen-spring.
One of them tells that if a woman was not able to bear children, she only had to walk across the spring and afterwards she would become pregnant!
Young women could also look closely into the water on Three King’s Day to see their future husband’s reflection in the water.
The Hen-spring is locked away behind the heavy iron gate.
You can say the same about your way of solving this next task the monks will give you.
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