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Michaelskapelle (Download version)
The Michaelskapelle is a Baroque pilgrimage church on the Michaelsberg near Untergrombach on the western edge of the Kraichgau hill country. It was built from 1742 to 1744 on behalf of the Speyer prince-bishop Damian Hugo von Schönborn and renovated in 2007.
The tour starts near Grötzingen and follows the Pfinz for a short distance before turning northeast to Jöhlingen. Through the fields of Kraichgau it goes through Obergrombach to the chapel. A steep serpentine downhill goes to Untergrombach and near Staffort we meet again the Pfinz, which leads us back to the starting point.
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|Download - Size: 6.2 GB|
No. 172 (Total)
|Start - Untergrombach|
|Untergrombach - Ende|
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Article number: 10183
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