Barry - an exhibition for a Swiss icon in Bern

Zytglogge, Kramgasse, Bern

Zytglogge, Kramgasse, Bern

Kirchenfeld

Kirchenfeld

Bern

Bern

A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

A1 Wankdorf dir. Grauholz

A1 Wankdorf dir. Grauholz

Schloss Bümpliz, CH-3018 Bern

Schloss Bümpliz, CH-3018 Bern

A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

Bärecam

Bärecam

A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

A1 Wankdorf dir. Thun

A1 Wankdorf dir. Thun

A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

A1 Betlehem Bern direction Ville

A1 Betlehem Bern direction Ville

Bern - Sky View 1

Bern - Sky View 1

Bern-Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bern-Altstadt - Münstergasse

The Natural History Museum of Bern is dedicating a new exhibition to the most famous rescue dog in the world. "Barry - the legendary St. Bernard" explores the heroic deeds of the dog from the Great St. Bernard Pass.

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To mark the 200th anniversary of Barry's death and do justice to the dog's significance, the Natural History Museum of Bern is now dedicating a new permanent exhibition to the famous St. Bernard.
The exhibition explores the legends which surround the rescue dog from the Great St. Bernard Pass, weaving together fact and fiction, past and present in a captivating way. Forr visitors, walking through the exhibition is like walking through a giant picture book. The stage on which the Barry drama plays out is a fairytale-like Alpine world with a dark side, and museum-goers are given various opportunities to peek behind the scenes.

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