Where over 200 baroque angels greet visitors.
The name Ringacker goes back to a walled plague cemetery, which was built during the plague years 1629-1630. The small chapel there was the destination of pilgrimages. It was replaced in 1690-1694 by the present building dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, donated by the Burghers of Leuk.
In 1719, a hermitage consisting of a two-story wooden building was added on the south side of the church.
The Ringacker Chapel is open daily between 10:00 and 16:00-.
Entrance through the side door. Patience is advised when opening the door
Virtual tour of Leuk
Stroll through the alleys of Leuk and let yourself be carried away into the Middle Ages. Everywhere you will discover traces of history.
With the technology of "Augmented Reality" you can discover Leuk-Stadt with personalities from the past.