Pilgrimage church Kronburg

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Pilgrimage church Kronburg

Through the miraculous healing of the child by Hans Lechleitner, Lechleitner and Johann Raimund Fieger of Kronburg had a portrait of the Virgin Mary painted and a chapel built.

The pilgrimage church to Maria Hilf, located in the depression south of the castle ruins Kronburg, was built as a chapel in 1673 and extended after receiving numerous pilgrimage donations 1714-1717. 1717 was the pilgrimage church - currently Kaplanei the parish of Zams belonging to the diocese of Innsbruck. The Wallsfahrtskirche shows itself as a simple, three-sided closed building, which rises on the west side of the pilgrimage tower was built in 1912.
A visit to the idyllic pilgrimage church Maria Hilf with the inn Kronburg and the castle ruins Kronburg is either by car on Schönwies or on a walk (about ½ hour) from Rifenal possible.
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Pilgrimage church Kronburg

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Street / House number:Kronburg 105
Postcode:6511
Town:Zams
Phone:+43.5442.62226
E-Mail:kronburg@mutterhaus-zams.at
Website:www.kronburg-tirol.at

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