Remains of the wall of the so-called St. John or Pilgrim Chapel, which Prince Johann I of Liechtenstein had built in 1818 in the pine forest of the Kalenderberg. Because of its somewhat idiosyncratic roof shape this chapel was popularly called "Pfefferbüchsel".
It was destroyed in the revolutionary year 1848 and not rebuilt.
January 6, 2019
15.12.2018 - Since 21.10.2018 the Pfefferbüchsel is again publicly available the renovation work is completed. Now let the Pfefferbüchsel guess again as it once looked. Prince Johann I von Liechtenstein had the Johanneskapelle, called the Pfefferbüchsel, built in the 19th century.
January 8, 2019
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