Schutzengelkapelle St. Gallen

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The Guardian Angel Chapel, also known as the children's chapel, is a chapel in the area of the monastery district in St. Gallen. It represents the northern boundary of the Stiftsviertel and was built from 1843 to 1846 by Felix Wilhelm Kubly for the Catholic administration.

The cubic, two-storey building with a hipped roof is mostly kept in shades of white and offers space for around 120 people. The organ with 12 registers on two manuals and pedal was built in 1971 by Späth Orgelbau in a case from 1849.

A guardian angel chapel built in the courtyard of the monastery by Vorarlberg builders (Johann Michael Beer von Bildstein?) Between 1764 and 1766 was demolished in 1807.