The Rhineland Sights

Rochuskapelle (St. Roch Chapel)

  • Rochusberg 3 Map It
  • Bingen
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 04/24/2016

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The forested plateau of the Rochusberg (St. Roch Hill) is the pretty setting of the Rochuskapelle. Originally built in 1666 to celebrate the end of the plague, it has been rebuilt twice. On August 16, 1814, Goethe attended the consecration festivities, the forerunner of today's Rochusfest, a weeklong folk festival in mid-August. The chapel (open during Sunday services at 8 and 10) contains an altar dedicated to St. Hildegard and relics and furnishings from the convents she founded on the Ruppertsberg (in the suburb of Bingerbrück) and in Eibingen (east of Rüdesheim).

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Rochusberg 3, Bingen, Rheinland-Pfalz, 55411, Germany

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Published 04/24/2016


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