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Switzerland Zug Aegeri St Jost
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Die Kapelle St. Jost liegt am Pilgerweg der vom nahegelegenen Kloster Einsiedeln nach Santiago de Compostela führt. Neben der Kapelle lädt ein kleines Restaurant ("Beizli") zum Einkehren ein. Mehr Info finden Sie z.B. auf http://www.zentrum-laendli.ch/einsiedelei-st-jost.shtml

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