Former location of the oldest chapel in Tettnang. It was first mentioned in 1364, when Count Heinrich IV of Montfort and the citizens of Tettnang founded the chapel. In 1627 the ruined chapel was rebuilt due to a vow made by Count Hugo XVII after the birth of his son and heir. During the Thirty Years´ War this building was destroyed. The chapel you can see today is an early baroque building from 1659. Important vicars of the chapel were Michael von Jung and Adolf Aich.