Buddhist monasteries, temples for one of the numerous Hindu deities or shrines for spirit beings represent just some of the spatial manifestations of religious practice, frequented regularly by worshippers. In addition believers often define their own spaces of belief, for example, by circling a sanctuary, depositing sacrificial offerings or even erecting a shrine at home. All these forms of worship evidence the significance of spatial bonding and movement. Give & Take. The Economy of the Divine sheds light on how this works in various Asian religions.
The sunny Hannig viewpoint is the starting point for the 5 km-long sledging trail which takes you on a fun ride down to the village. Sledges can be rented at the Hannig station. Fun for the whole family!Tip: For that extra kick, why not try sledging at night?Information:Cableway station Hannig, tel. +41 27 957 26 15.