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"I need coordinates to reach Saint Laurentius chapel by car, for enjoying landscapes of the Mosel Valley." (posted 05/21/2014)

Trittenheim is a rather small town. One can’t miss the road to the chapel. Coming from Trier, take the first road left, continue through the vineyards; one cannot but get to the chapel.
Answer provided by Gabriele Scholtes on 05/21/2014
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The online presence of Trittenheim (only in German) is at: http://www.trittenheim.de/startseite/ Info on the St. Laurent’s Chapel is found following the links > Tourismus > Sehenswertes > Laurentiuskapelle St. Laurent’s chapel, according to the info given there, honors the saint of wine, St. Laurent. It was first mentioned in documents in the year 1569, when the town was still spelled as Tritthamme and the people lived close-by the site of the chapel. It originally served as church for Trittenheim and the surrounding villages. The settlement in the valley was only built considerably later. The second weekend in August of every year sees a procession to the chapel, with a holy mass asking for God’s blessing and a good harvest. The coordinates of Trittenheim are: WGS84 49° 49′ 33″ N, 6° 54′ 2″ E 49.825833°, 6.900556°
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Trittenheim Overview

Trittenheim lies on the even slope of a tongue of land (a point bar) formed by a tight bend in the Moselle. Trittenheim belongs to the Verbandsgemeinde of Neumagen-Dhron (Neumagen-Dhron vacation rentals | Neumagen-Dhron travel guide), whose seat is in the like-named municipality.

Things to See in Trittenheim

Late Baroque parish church with Early Classicist elements

Five-part Bildstock cycle for the schmerzreicher Rosenkranz (“painful rose wreath”) of 1654

Baptismal font

Saint Lawrence’s Chapel (Laurentius-Kapelle) in the vineyards (expanded in 1583)

Hinkelstein (monolith)

Trittenheim is characterized considerably by winegrowing, and with 236 ha of vineyards under cultivation is after Piesport (Piesport vacation rentals | Piesport travel guide), Zell (Zell vacation rentals | Zell travel guide), Leiwen (Leiwen vacation rentals | Leiwen travel guide), Konz (Konz vacation rentals | Konz travel guide), Neumagen-Dhron (Neumagen-Dhron vacation rentals | Neumagen-Dhron travel guide), Mehring (Mehring vacation rentals | Mehring travel guide) and Bernkastel-Kues (Bernkastel-Kues vacation rentals | Bernkastel-Kues travel guide) the eighth biggest winegrowing centre in the Mosel wine region. Traditionally, it is mainly Riesling that is grown. The best known vineyards are Trittenheimer Apotheke and Trittenheimer Altärchen, both of which belong to the winemaking appellation – Großlage – of Piesporter Michelsberg. Winegrowing also forms the basis for the tourism, which likewise stands as an important economic factor.

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More about the History of Trittenheim

Having been founded as a Frankish settlement, Trittenheim had its first documentary mention in 893 in the Prümer Urbar (Urbar vacation rentals | Urbar travel guide), a catalogue of Prüm (Prüm vacation rentals | Prüm travel guide) Abbey’s holdings, and for a long time was Electoral-Trier domain. Beginning in 1794, Trittenheim lay under French rule. In 1814 it was assigned to the Kingdom of Prussia at the Congress of Vienna. Since 1947, it has been part of the then newly founded state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

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Trittenheim on the Middle Moselle is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bernkastel-Wittlich district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

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