This may just be the most well known of Harmony Museum’s properties due to its location along Route 68 where it can easily be seen by passing motorists. The stone walls still stand perfectly straight and the unique gate, shaped to represent the tablets of the Ten Commandments and weighing more than a ton, still turn easily with a push of your hand. More than 100 Harmonists are buried here, but they have no tombstones since they believed they were recognized in heaven and no longer needed recognition here on earth. There is one marker that is not a traditional tombstone but rather a commemorative stone for George Rapp’s son.
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