Kapelle St. Apollonia in Ditscheid

Kapelle St. Apollonia in Ditscheid


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The chapel in the center of the community of Ditscheid is dedicated to St. Apollonia - the patron saint of dental patients. The first saint's house was built on this site in 1663, a small chapel followed in 1756, and today's chapel was built in 1849. Various renovation measures took place in the years 1991 to 2007/08.

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Kapelle St. Apollonia
Ecke Kirchstraße/Hauptstraße
56729 Ditscheid
Phone: (0049) 2651800995

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