The island of Ufenau in Lake Zurich

On the Island of Ufenau you will find a farm and two churches: ¿ the church of St. Peter and Paul stands on the foundations of a Gallo-Roman temple, and the church of St. Martin can be traced back to the 7th century.
Owned by Einsiedeln Abbey.

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Sihltal - Sihlsprung - Sihlwald

From the Sihlsprung up to the entrance to metropolitan Zürich, the valley is a mixture of urban and rustic landscapes. The origin of the Sihl River... more

Sihltal - Sihlsprung - Sihlwald
Flüeli-Ranft - Where Brother Klaus Lived

Flüeli-Ranft - Where Brother Klaus Lived

Niklaus von Flüe lived from 1417 until 1487, first as a farmer and councilman, then as a hermit in the Ranft Ravine. The mystic and peacemaker, who... more

The island of Ufenau in Lake Zurich

On the Island of Ufenau you will find a farm and two churches: ¿ the church of St. Peter and Paul stands on the foundations of a Gallo-Roman temple, and the church of St. Martin can be traced back to the 7th century.
Owned by Einsiedeln Abbey.

The island of Ufenau in Lake Zurich

Sihltal - Sihlsprung - Sihlwald

From the Sihlsprung up to the entrance to metropolitan Zürich, the valley is a mixture of urban and rustic landscapes. The origin of the Sihl River is to be found on the 2283-meter Drusberg. The Sihl flows through the Sihl Lake near Einsiedeln and meanders through the Sihl Valley (Sihltal) towards Zürich.

From the Sihlsprung up to the entrance to metropolitan Zürich, the valley is a mixture of urban and rustic landscapes. The origin of the Sihl River is to be found on the 2283-meter Drusberg. The Sihl flows through the Sihl Lake near Einsiedeln and meanders through the Sihl Valley (Sihltal) towards Zürich.

Flüeli-Ranft - Where Brother Klaus Lived

Niklaus von Flüe lived from 1417 until 1487, first as a farmer and councilman, then as a hermit in the Ranft Ravine. The mystic and peacemaker, who was canonized in 1947, is Switzerland's national saint and the patron of numerous churches.

Niklaus von Flüe lived from 1417 until 1487, first as a farmer and councilman, then as a hermit in the Ranft Ravine. The mystic and peacemaker, who was canonized in 1947, is Switzerland's national saint and the patron of numerous churches.