The town of Montagnola, mainly renowned because of the fact that the German writer Herman Hesse spent half his life there, is part of the municipality of the Collina d’Oro that extends from the shores of the Ceresio on the side of the Agno Gulf to the panoramic meadows and woods around Agra. The Herman Hesse Museum that was set up in 1997 in the rooms of the Camuzzi Tower is in the vicinity of the charming Camuzzi House, where the famous writer used to live. Inaugurated on July 2, 1997 in occasion of the 120th anniversary of the writer’s birth, it preserves precious memorabilia of the 43 years that the poet and painter spent here, until his death in 1962 at Montagnola.
본 페이지에 게재된 정보는 스위스 내 해당 지역 관광청에서 직접 작성한 것으로, 스위스정부관광청에서는 잘못된 정보에 대한 책임을 지지 않습니다. 이점 양해의 말씀드립니다.