At 864 m high Gahberg, the Weyregg View mountain a wooden chapel was built about 300 years ago.
In 1951 the chapel was destroyed by a lightning strike and subsequent fire.
The reconstruction was begun in the same year. Before the small wooden altar was erected in the chapel he was the Sacred Heart altar in the parish church Weyregg.
If one is the story believed, praised the Weyregger after storms and hail had successively destroyed crops seven years each year hold a Bittprozession the Gahberg.
The parish Weyregg therefore takes three times a year a pilgrimage to the Gahberg.
On Friday after Ascension, called the show Friday (rain-storm)
On Trinity Sunday and on July 10, the feast of St. Amalia. The is also the Gelöbnistag the parish Weyregg.
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