In the Köln sewer. The chandelier remains from when Kaiser Wilhelm II was supposed to visit and honor the great accomplishment.
Up the middle of one of the spires of the Köln Cathedral.
I love that German cemeteries look more like gardens than lawns. Every hundred feet or so is a water pump and a bunch of watering pots. Family members routinely visit and water the plants growing from their loved ones.
Nietzsche was here. He broke down wailing and embraced a horse being beaten, started signing his letters "Dionysus" and "the Antichrist," and never recovered.