Lauschpohl No. 8 / Selkentrop Chapel

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Why do people go on pilgrimage? What meaning did it have then and what meaning does it have today? The chapel in Selkentrop is located on the "Way of St. James" and even has its own stamp for pilgrims. About this and about pilgrimage in general tells the Lauschpohl at the Selkentrop chapel.

Kapelle St. Blasius Selkentrop


Lauschpohl No. 8 / Selkentrop Chapel


57392 Schmallenberg-Selkentrop

Telefon: +49 (0) 2971-86971



Every village has exciting stories, legends, myths and anecdotes from the past. So that these do not get lost, there are in the farmer country 20 Lauschpöhle, which make these stories audible. If you want to listen into the history of the place, a little "manual work" is required.
And this is how it works:
Turn the crank on the side of the audio station until the green LED on the front lights up permanently.
Press the start button of the story.
When the LED starts flashing orange, please continue cranking.
Listen and enjoy, let your eyes wander and the past come alive.

Main opening times:

We are open all day everyday.


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