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Kapelle Unterrueti Innen
Switzerland

The current building of the chapel "Maria  Hilf" in Unterrueti dates back to the 19th century, but it is not the first chapel at this place. It is located on a hill over the Reuss valley between Merenschwand and Unterrueti. From spring to autumn it is quite popular for wedding ceremonies.

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