© Philipp Bohn


History that can be experienced

Reidenhausen is situated on a ridge in northern Hunsrück and is ideally connected to the surrounding villages by the "Kirchspiel-Wanderweg" (parish hiking trail) for short and extended hikes. From the Thonhügel, a former Celtic burial site, hikers also have a magnificent view of the Eifel, the Hunsrück and as far as the Koblenz Rhine basin.

The picture is a close-up of a grain field in the Hunsrück. There are blue flowers between the individual grains. In the background you can see the sunset.
© Thomas Becker
The picture shows a close-up of a grain field in the Hunsrück. A cloud can be seen in the sky above the field.
© Thomas Becker

The daughter church in the village is dedicated to the Mother of God and was built in 1952 on the site of a 300-year-old chapel. The 300-year-old tuff altar from the workshops of Maria Laach was taken over, as was a 350-year-old stone-carved pieta and a bell that is around 100 years old.

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