On the Road of Sculptures from St. Wendel Road to Bostalsee Lake, the walker passes through an unusually charming scenery and can at the same time see examples of contemporary art in an open-air gallery: the Road of Sculptures. It is based on an international sculpture symposium, held in summer 1971 and was continued in further symposia up to Priesberg hill (Bosen). Under the direction of the initiator Prof. Leo Kornbrust, an artist from St. Wendel, a total of 56 sculptors from around the world created sculptures from different rocks, wood and steel. The subjects could not be more different: Of social criticism, both historical and purely emotional as the stone "Requiem for the Jews" by Shelomo Selinger at Bostalsee Lake. On a 17 km stretch from St. Wendel via Baltersweiler, Güdesweiler and Neunkirchen / Nahe up to Bostalsee Lake and on to the Priesberg hill (22 km), these sculptures can be admired. The starting point is the Wendelinus Basilica with the “Pyramid" which was created by Kornbrust. It is inscribed the motto "Voie de la Fraternité et solidarité humaine." Kornbrust is keen to design art in the landscape which can be experienced. He deliberately avoids explanations and captions, and each person should have his own thoughts about the stones and experience the art in his own way. The Road of Sculptures is dedicated to Otto Freundlich, a Jewish sculptor and painter, who perished in a concentration camp in Majdanek. He had already dreamt of a street as a unifying symbol of peace. Kornbrust made this idea of Otto Freundlich his own life’s dream. Through the grant program “Leader +” from the European Union the financing was secured and Kornbrust realised the continuation of the Road of Sculptures to a “Road of Peace", which has now continued from Luxembourg, Belgium and Poland to Moscow. In Normandy, a partner for a symposium is being searched for.