Saint Stephanus Chapel



brief description: 

perched atop a hill above the small village of Ersange, the pretty whitewashed chapel, whose origins date back to the 16th century, can be seen from afar. Nestled amongst fields, it can easily be accessed via a narrow but surfaced dirt road. There is a small forecourt in front of the chapel with very limited parking space. A grilled entrance portal in the middle of the main fa%uFFFDade leads to the altar. Infrastructure, electricity, and premises that could be used as green room space are not available on site.


Karin Schockweiler