The village square is the heart of the location. The "Wilder Kaiser" guesthouse can also be seen here, which was turned into a guesthouse for the purposes of filming since the start of the shooting in the peaceful former farmhouse, where the owner Johann Gschwendtner lives. "It goes round and round during the shooting", says the aged landlord, "I'm only left with my room as a safe haven". After the shooting hours, it is peaceful in the house that many stories can be narrated. The village fountain made of stone with a copper statue built in the 1960s, which represents the Holy Florian, the patron saint of the fire services, is a gem of the village.
What is also visible is the Parish church of the Holy Cross in Going. The late baroque Going landmark was built in its current form in the years 1774/75 by master builder Andre Huber from Kitzbühel. The ceiling painting by Matthias Kirchner procured for the church anniversary represents multiple scenes of the legend about the Holy Cross and hence also the name of the Parish church "of the Holy Cross". The Going cemetery extends behind the church. It is a really beautiful location for the final resting place but also a picturesque location for a brief break.
Video-blog of Hans Sigl of the Going church square at Wilder Kaiser
Hans Sigl at the Bergdoktor filming location, Going village square: he presents the filming guesthouse "Wilder Kaiser", invites you to its Live Evening with his colleagues during the Bergdoktor week on 10 September and communes with "Susanne Dreiseitl".