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  • Angelina Kuhlmann

    The royal house of Hanover was often a guest in Bad Rehburg in the past. The Friederiken Chapel was built in 1842 by King Ernst August for the late Queen Friederike. Today the chapel is an art monument. You can contact the parish Rehburg via ev-kirche-rehburg.de.

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    • April 12, 2021

  • Danny & Kalle

    One parish, two places, two churches. On the outskirts of Bad Rehburg, above the old bathing facilities, the Friederiken Chapel nestles against the edge of the forest. In 1842 Bad Rehburg received its own church, donated by Queen Friederike - the Friederiken Chapel named after her. Her spa stay in Bad Rehburg in 1840 was decisive for the idea of building it. However, she did not live to see the initiation.
    The so-called Bussche memorial stone stands in front of the Friederieken Chapel. It was dedicated in 1780 by Baron Christian August von dem Bussche to his wife Christiane Carolia, née von Ende, who died at the age of 41.
    The barrel-vaulted hall with a monumental western gable and the non-retracted apse is a characteristic of romantic historicism. The square entrance facade forms an effective accent against the backdrop of the Berwald in Gothic forms. The furnishings date from the 19th century, i.e. from the time it was built.
    The Ev. The parish of St. Martini celebrates the service every 1st Sunday of the month at 10 a.m. in the traditional form in the Friederiken Chapel.
    At 5 p.m. and on all other Sundays at 10 a.m., the service is celebrated in a modern form in the St. Martini Church in Rehburg.
    On the 1st and 4th of Sunday there is the possibility of a personal blessing after the service.
    Source (sigwardsweg.de)

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    • September 10, 2017

  • Sven

    Unfortunately we could not visit the church on our way. To get a stamp for the pilgrimage route, you have to be here during opening hours.

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    • March 29, 2020

  • Uli

    The Friederiken Chapel is characterized by its elegance due to a clear architectural style in romantic historicism. The square entrance facade forms an effective accent against the backdrop of the mountain forest. The interior decor is kept simple with furnishings from the time it was built around 1840.

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    • April 13, 2021

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