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The current church was built in 1957 though on the model of older ones. Its predecessor was almost 250 years old and in poor condition.
Inside the church in Wunderthausen. This structure is relatively new but the style is traditional. You can see the inscriptions and colorful painting, but the works of art associated with even small Catholic churches in Germany are absent from this (and most other) churches of the Reformed (Calvinist) movement.
A view of Wunderthausen looking northeast
A more recent view with the five wind-driven power generators that now overlook the village from the east. More are planned but opposition is strong.
Along the Elsoff on Hallenberger Strasse. Two mountain streams–Bubenkirchebach and Schoppenwasser–converge in Wunderthausen to become the Elsoff. This stream flows south through Diedenshausen, Alertshausen, and Elsoff before joining the Eder. This 1987 picture looks more or less northward in the direction of Hallenberg with Diedenshausen 2km behind
Weymers Haus, from which several Riedesels emigrated and in which more of us had ancestors. Shown is the late John Riedesel of Glidden.
Weymers Haus in 1906. Pictured is the family of George and Catherine Riedesel.