Donatuskapelle Oberbaar

Donatuskapelle Oberbaar

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The chapel in Oberbaar was built in 1773, restored in 1933 and 1958 and is dedicated to St. Donatus. The still well-preserved baroque furnishings as well as the altar probably date back to the time of the construction. The ceiling paintings are particularly worth seeing.

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Donatuskapelle Oberbaar
Kapellenstraße 14
56729 Baar
Phone: (0049)2651800995

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