Richard Wagner Museum

Richard Wagner Museum

Richard Wagner, the revolutionary of 19th century music, lived from 1866 to 1872 in a country manor at Tribschen.more

Capuchin Tower

Capuchin Tower

The present name of this highest tower with the strongest walls was taken from the Capuchin monastery that was built in the vicinity in 1595.more

Vinothèque de la Charrière

Vinothèque de la...

For the last 25 years the owners of the Vinothèque de la Charrière have...more

Falken

Falken

The Falken residential and commercial building impresses with its...more

Richard Wagner Museum

Richard Wagner, the revolutionary of 19th century music, lived from 1866 to 1872 in a country manor at Tribschen.

The Richard Wagner Museum was formerly the residence of the artist and now houses a collection.

Capuchin Tower

The present name of this highest tower with the strongest walls was taken from the Capuchin monastery that was built in the vicinity in 1595.

The present name of this highest tower with the strongest walls was taken from the Capuchin monastery that was built in the vicinity in 1595.

Vinothèque de la Charrière

For the last 25 years the owners of the Vinothèque de la Charrière have been scouring the wineries of Côtes-du-Rhône, Bordeaux, Bourgogne, Loire and Sud-Ouest (France) in search of the finest wines. They are continually discovering fresh talent, budding masters whose products delight the connoisseur with their purity and reveal the secrets of fine wine. The Vinothèque de La Charrière currently has some 1,500 different wines on offer and holds permanent stocks of 260,000 bottles.

Falken

The Falken residential and commercial building impresses with its confident appearance and ambivalent aspect.

The Falken residential and commercial building impresses with its confident appearance and ambivalent aspect.