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Museo Nazionale

Museo Nazionale

The national St.Gotthard-Museum on the summit of the Gotthard Pass is worth a visit. After all, it is Europe's highest museum.

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Museum of Natural History Basel

Museum of Natural History Basel

A tour of the Natural History Museum is like an expedition into the remotest corners of our planet where the most beautiful minerals originate, or...more

Geneva Natural History Museum

Geneva Natural...

The Natural History Museum is one of the most modern in Europe. Along...more

Augusta Raurica - The Roman City

Augusta Raurica -...

The Romans bred woolly grazing pigs, occasionally called their horses...more

Museo Nazionale

The national St.Gotthard-Museum on the summit of the Gotthard Pass is worth a visit. After all, it is Europe's highest museum.

Generally, museums are in big cities, or at least in highly visited villages, but hardly are they ever on a 2,100-meter-high mountain pass.

Museum of Natural History Basel

A tour of the Natural History Museum is like an expedition into the remotest corners of our planet where the most beautiful minerals originate, or into the distant past when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Natural objects - the largest as well as the smallest - are there to be discovered, inspected and contemplated. A memorable experience.

A tour of the Natural History Museum is like an expedition into the remotest corners of our planet where the most beautiful minerals originate, or into the distant past when dinosaurs ruled the earth.

Geneva Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is one of the most modern in Europe. Along the two kilometers of corridors over four floors, you will encounter 3,500 mammals, birds, vertebrates, invertebrates and numerous stuffed specimens of the regional, exotic and marine wildlife.

On the way, you can pop in to see the dinosaurs.

Augusta Raurica - The Roman City

The Romans bred woolly grazing pigs, occasionally called their horses "lecher" and sifted remnants of spices from their wine before drinking it. At least that's what they did in Augusta Raurica, the best-preserved Roman town north of the Alps.

The Romans bred woolly grazing pigs, occasionally called their horses "lecher" and sifted remnants of spices from their wine before drinking it. At least that's what they did in Augusta Raurica, the best-preserved Roman town north of the Alps.