The tomb and monument of Stefan Fadinger, a leading figure in the Peasants' War, is set in the silent seclusion of the Seebacher Moos moor.
The bodies of Stefan Fadinger and Christoph Zeller (leaders in the Peasants' War; both of them died in July 1626) were originally buried on the Eferding cemetery. When the trial was held after the end of the war in 1627, governor Herberstorff had the corpses exhumed and buried in an unapproachable place in the moor near the village of Seebach. The order was executed on May 5, 1627.
A valuable marble tombstone was donated in 1886 and integrated in a trapeziform wall of Mühlviertel granite decorated with a morning star. A plain copper cross is mounted above the tombstone.