This pretty site of pilgrimage is a church of St. Coloman, which lies in the center of Schwangau meadows in Germany. This church takes its name after the Irish pilgrim, who is said to have grazed his cattle and taken rest in this area while travelling to the Holy Land. This person, St. Coloman, is now honored for the horses and horned cattle as a patron saint. However, it is believed that Coloman was mistaken to be the spy in his other travels and also tortured for it. He was hung near Vienna, at Stockerau. Many of the people have reported that miracles occurred at his grave that made the Australians realize him to be indeed a holy man, therefore, named as a patron saint afterward.
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