Route of amazement Flums
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From Flums train station, walk along the Bahnhofstrasse in the direction of the village centre. At the Postplatz, turn left, follow the hiking trail signs and you will reach the church of St. Justus. The path then leads back to Postplatz. The hiking trail takes you past the sports field along the Schils to the ruins of Gräpplang Castle. For the way back, cross the bridge at the Schils and follow the Seez back to the train station.
Church of St. Justus (place of power): The church of St. Justus is one of the most important cultural monuments in the canton of St. Gallen. The church is named after the martyr St. Justus, who was beheaded by opponents of the faith as a ten-year-old French Christian boy. His head remained in Flums around 1036 when he was transferred to the monastery of Pfäfers due to a strong storm. Energetically, there are several strong places of power in and around the church.
Ruins of Gräpplang (place of power): On the castle hill stands the ruins of the knight's castle, which became famous in the Middle Ages, which the lords of Flums built around 1220 on the "crap long", the "long rock". In the large, upper room of the walk-in ruin and in the castle courtyard by the fireplace you will find extraordinarily strong places.
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