Kapelle St. Hubertus in Münk

Kapelle St. Hubertus in Münk

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In 1758 a small chapel was built in honor of St. Hubertus. Nothing is known about a previous building from which the bell from 1748, which was removed in 1942, came. The new building, marked 1888, was inaugurated on November 15, 1887.

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St. Hubertus Kapelle
Hauptstraße 28
56729 Münk

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