Meschede - Remblinghausen

Remblinghausen is a district of Meschede located south of the core city.

The most prominent building in Remblinghausen is the St. Jakobus church in the center of the village. According to the inscription, the present church was built in 1754. The furnishings from the time of construction include a seated wooden figure of St. James from the 15th century. The church is located on the Way of St. James, which leads to Santiago de Compostela.

Other buildings worth seeing are the listed Nothelfer Chapel and the listed historic sawmill east of the village center.