Wallfahrtskapelle "St. Jost" in Langenfeld

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St. Jost is a district of Langenfeld and is located in the romantic Nitztal valley. Next to the old former mill (now a privately owned house) there is the pilgrimage chapel of St. Jost, dedicated to St. Jodokus, directly on the river Nitz.

Every year on the last two weekends of September and the first two weekends in October, pilgrimages to St. Jost take place, in which everyone can participate. 

The rooms of the pilgrimage chapel in St. Jost also provide the setting for a "Baroque Concert", which has been very popular for several years and takes place every year on Pentecost Monday.

But also guests who just want to enjoy peace and quiet, the pilgrimage chapel in St. Jost, simply due to its idyllic location, offers a unique opportunity for reflection.

The chapel can also be reached on foot, for example via the "Jodokusweg".

Nearby is also the "Grube Bendisberg", which offers fantastic insights into the interior of the earth. In the associated "Bergmannshütte" you can eat well.

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Langenfeld

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Wallfahrtskapelle St Jost
In der Eisenkaul
56729 Langenfeld
Phone: (0049) 02651 800995
Fax: (0049) 02651 800920

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