Roman Mosaics - Erstwhile Country Estate

Roman Mosaics - Erstwhile Country Estate

The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors that decorated a Gallic-Roman estate dating back to the year 170. The mosaics give the visitor an inkling of the enormous wealth of the lord of the manor and gentleman farmer, whose villa had more than 100 rooms. more

Le château de Grandson

Le château de...

Collection of weapons and armour, vintage car museum, parapet walk,...more

Castle of Chenaux

Castle of Chenaux

The mighty 14th-century castle bears witness to the long history of this...more

Roman Mosaics - Erstwhile Country Estate

The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors that decorated a Gallic-Roman estate dating back to the year 170. The mosaics give the visitor an inkling of the enormous wealth of the lord of the manor and gentleman farmer, whose villa had more than 100 rooms.

The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors that decorated a Gallic-Roman estate dating back to the year 170. The mosaics give the visitor an inkling of the enormous wealth of the lord of the manor and gentleman farmer, whose villa had more than 100 rooms.

Roman Mosaics - Erstwhile Country Estate
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Gasthof zum Hirschen

Historic Hotel of the year 2014
Renowned "for the sensitive and resolute care of a historic guesthouse. Talk here is of an authentic and time-honoured establishment, which is part of an amazingly intact ensemble, with strong local roots”.

Gasthof zum Hirschen
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Le château de Grandson

Collection of weapons and armour, vintage car museum, parapet walk, torture chamber and dungeons.

This medieval castle (11th to 14th century) occupying a commanding position over Lake Neuchâtel is home to an extraordinary collection of weapons and armour, as well as models of the castle and of the celebrated Battle of Grandson (1476), in which Swiss soldiers defeated the army of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy.

Le château de Grandson
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Castle of Chenaux

The mighty 14th-century castle bears witness to the long history of this town, whose rulers chose a rose as its emblem.

In the heart of the small medieval town of Estavayer stands the Château de Chenaux, looking out over Lake Neuchâtel and the reed beds of the Grande Cariçaie nature reserve.

Castle of Chenaux
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