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Cow Carving at Jobin's Factory

Cow Carving at Jobin's Factory

This Hands on Event starts with a guided tour through the national Swiss Woodcarving Museum. Well equipped with traditional woodcarving tools , you can carve, design and decorate your own wooden cow - a memorable piece of art. You will receive a personal certificate and a snack of Swiss wine and...más

Visit the Alphorn factory

Visit the Alphorn factory

Guided tour of the alphorn factory in Habkernmás

Golpe a golpe hasta una obra de arte

Golpe a golpe...

The location fits perfectly: the studio of Le Bûcher is situated in the...más

Cow Carving at Jobin's Factory

This Hands on Event starts with a guided tour through the national Swiss Woodcarving Museum. Well equipped with traditional woodcarving tools , you can carve, design and decorate your own wooden cow - a memorable piece of art. You will receive a personal certificate and a snack of Swiss wine and cheese.

This Hands on Event starts with a guided tour through the national Swiss Woodcarving Museum. Well equipped with traditional woodcarving tools , you can carve, design and decorate your own wooden cow - a memorable piece of art. You will receive a personal certificate and a snack of Swiss wine and cheese.

Visit the Alphorn factory

Guided tour of the alphorn factory in Habkern

Golpe a golpe hasta una obra de arte

The location fits perfectly: the studio of Le Bûcher is situated in the heart of the old town of Fribourg. Nimble hands work on soft sandstone and create works of art - just like in the Middle Ages. Whoever would like to, can give the tradition of sculpting a try, and can learn how to use a hammer and a chisel in one of the courses that are offered regularly. And he can get an inkling of what it must have taken to build the cathedral of St. Nicholas.

Trompa de los Alpes

Instrumento nacional suizo y símbolo de la industria lechera. La trompa de los Alpes hereda su forma de los abetos crecidos en la pendiente y, por lo tanto, encorvados. La boquilla de madera facilita la creación de los tonos naturales que forman un sonido cálido y suave. Desde 1910, la tradición de la trompa de los Alpes se promueve mediante cursos de la organización federal de músicos tiroleses «Eidgenössischen Jodlerverband».