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Erzsébethegyi Chapel

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Hidden : 12/22/2010
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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English:
Normal cache
The most interesting place to see is the chapel of Szenterzsébethegy. It was built in 1843. Renovated in 2004. The patron saint of the chapel is St. Elizabeth from the royal family of Árpádház. There is Mass On the last Sunday of every month at 11.00, only visitable at this time.
There is a nice view to all direction by little walk. See the Zala hills and Göcsej regions.
In the good weather the Somló hill, Koszegi Mountains and the Alps are appearing.
The city's oldest tree found in the valley. It is the sweet chestnut of szenterzsébethegy.
The tree is 400 years old.
N 46 ° 50.854
E 16 ° 47.495
216 m
  
Magyar:
Normál cache
Szenterzsébethegy látnivalója az 1843-ban épült kápolna. Felújítva 2004. évben. A kápolna védöszentje Árpád-házi Szent Erzsébet. A kápolna zárva van. Minden hónap utolsó vasárnapján 11.00 órakor van szentmise, ekkor látogatható.
Kis sétával minden irányba szép kilátás nyílik.
Látni a Zalai dombságot, a Göcsej tájegységet.
Szép idöben feltünik a Somló-hegy, a Köszegi-hegység, az Alpok.
A völgyben található a város legidösebb fája, a szenterzsébethegyi szelídgesztenyefa.
A fa 400 éves.
N 46° 50,854
E 16° 47,495
216 m
       
 
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