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Reformierte Kirche Feldis

Kirche Feldis
Reformierte Kirche Feldis im Sommer

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Reformierte Kirche Feldis

The Reformed Church in Feldis/Veulden im Ausserdomleschg is a Protestant Reformed church under the monument protection of the canton of Graubünden.


The church is first mentioned in a document from about the year 1400 and was under the patronage of Hippolytus. It is possible that the Rhaeto-Romanic village name Veulden goes back etymologically to the name of this saint. The adoption of the Reformation took place relatively late in 1583.

The nave, which is unplastered from the outside, has a hipped roof. A single-storey belfry is built into the church tower. Inside, the focus is on a woodcut-decorated polygonal pulpit without sound cover, a symmetrical baptismal and communion table in the centre of the choir, which is raised by two steps, and a three-prospect organ on the final choir wall.

The Evangelical Reformed Church of Graubünden lists Feldis/Veulden as a preaching site of the parish of Ausserdomleschg.

Opening hours

The church is open during the day and is freely accessible.


Public Transport

Feldis can be reached by cable car from Rhäzüns or by PostBus. Timetable information and further information under


On the A13, take exit 20-Rothenbrunnen. Then continue via Tomils on the cantonal road to Feldis. Plan your journey with the Google route planner.


Paid parking at the entrance to the village (CHF 5.– per day / CHF 15.– per week).

Directly at the valley station of the Rhäzüns cable car, there are free parking spaces available.


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