The Europe chapel lies on the south side of the Europe bridge in Schönberg, Tyrol.
The chapel was built after the design by Hubert Prachensky in 1963, the altar wall is made of glass windows and thus receives constantly new, never repetitive, motif compositions. The chapel is decorated with frescoes by Karl Plattner (1964).
The Chapel Hill was, even before the first sod was done for the highway, a marked elevation in the beautiful thickly forested ridge that separates the Silltal from Ruetztal. Along its narrow ridge are leading different routes of the Roman road, the medieval emperor road and the later Maria-Theresia-Straße. This routes are still recognizable at some places on the ground.