Bourbaki-Panorama – Quadro Panorâmico Gigante

Luzern

A2 Luzern-Kriens / Luzern-Süd Richtung Basel

A2 Luzern-Kriens / Luzern-Süd Richtung Basel

Vignes

Vignes

Seebecken Luzern

Seebecken Luzern

Luzern

Luzern

Kapellbrücke Luzern

Kapellbrücke Luzern

Bucher & Schmid Bootswerft AG, Luzern - Blickrichtung Nord

Bucher & Schmid Bootswerft AG, Luzern - Blickrichtung Nord

Mount Pilatus Panorama

Mount Pilatus Panorama

Luzern, Hausberg Pilatus

Luzern, Hausberg Pilatus

Stadt Luzern, Kasernenplatz

Stadt Luzern, Kasernenplatz

Luzern - Die Stadt. Der See. Die Berge.

Luzern - Die Stadt. Der See. Die Berge.

Luzern Hafen, Landungsbrücke 3 der SGV

Luzern Hafen, Landungsbrücke 3 der SGV

Luzern, Waldstätterstrasse by onlineumfragen.com

Luzern, Waldstätterstrasse by onlineumfragen.com

Soldados morrendo à beira da estrada, refugiados civis com todas as suas posses e um exército rendendo suas armas na fronteira Suíça: o Bourbaki-Panorama é, simultaneamente, um testemunho da história da mídia e também da guerra do século XIX.

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The German-French war of 1870-1871 was the subject of intense public scrutiny and emotions at the time. Newspapers published reports about it, painters depicted the events in images. In the winter of 1871 General Bourbaki's Eastern French Army crossed the border into Switzerland. The Bourbaki-Panorama in Lucerne is a humanistic portrayal of this event and a critique of war.

The 112 meter by 10 meter large painting is one of the last giant panoramic paintings of the 19th century that have been preserved. It is a European cultural monument. The painter of the Panorama, Edouard Castres, experienced the war as a Red Cross volunteer. A museum (very close to the Glacier Garden) conveys knowledge about the war, the fate of the Bourbaki army and about the panoramic painting.

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