At this Chapel the 5 km long way of the cross with 14 stations does start, ending with the “Unschuldige Kindern” pilgrimage church. The small floor Chapel is a reminder of the peasants ' revolt of 1705, a memorial for the many farmers in this area associated who were slaughtered during the advance of the capture of the "Mörmoosener Pfleghaus" by Austrian Hussars. In 1990 the chapel was rebuilt at another spot at the same road. The late Baroque crucifixion Group in the chapel remained retained. In the old chapel was on a wooden panel, stating the names of the victims : "Sebald from Feuchter, Schmid from Lindach, Fuchs from Reith, Zwieselsberger from Kastl, Poehler from Bichler and Weglehner from the former parish St. George."
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