Kapelle St. Georg
The pretty chapel dates from 1430. Conversions and renovations have changed its appearance several times. Next to the entrance, a field altar stands out, which speaks of many believers. The interior is surprisingly large and bright. On the hill may have been a place of worship due to the prevailing energies. The early settlement of the place is evidenced by a prehistoric herd and animal bones, whereas the Romans left behind a cistern complex, wall remains, coins, etc. At the end of Roman rule, St. George was expanded into a fortified church to protect the population. Strength can be found in front of the altar and on top of the hilltop next to the tree. The energy qualities differ from each other. Find your place in both areas. Where would you like to stay?
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