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Srni (Rehberg) - Hauswaldkapelle Fragmente
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Die Hauswaldkapelle in der Nähe des Weilers Srní galt unter Einheimischen als das Lourdes des Böhmerwalds.

Bei der wundertätigen Quelle mit ihrem kühlen, klaren Wasser stand bis 1957 eine Kapelle, die der Jungfrau Maria von Lourdes geweiht war. Als jedoch um Srní ein militärisches Sperrgebiet entstand, ließ das kommunistische
Regime die Kapelle abreißen.
An dem legendenumrankten alten Pilgerort wurden die Grundmauern der Hauptkapelle und zweier kleinerer Kapellen freigelegt.

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