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On 18 May 1478 the people of Zug, under the direction of Hans Felder, laid the foundation stone for this late-Gothic church. The main entrance is flanked up on the...
There are myriad churches worth visiting in this area, e.g., S. Francesco in Locarno, Santa Maria della Misericordia in Ascona, S. Vittore in Muralto.
The Basel Pfalz offers fantastic views across the old town and far beyond into the Border Triangle, the point where three countries meet.
Unusual pavilion on piles in Lake Neuchatel - the only luxury hotel in Europe with this feature. All junior suites are almost 70 m2 big.
Also called the Chapel of Our Dear Lady. It marks the southern boundary of the lower old town and was built on to the first town wall in the 13th century.
On account of its architectural uniqueness, which is essentially characterized by art, the University is famous far beyond the national borders. The University is...
Biel / Bienne
The original Biel town church, consecrated by St. Benedict of Nursia, was first mentioned in 1228 in the Lausanne cartulary (register). For its worldly concerns the...
The town church is the landmark of Winterthur's Old Town. The church was first documented in 1180. After it was burnt down in 1244, it was rebuilt. The interior is...
The former papal college has a magnificent two-storey courtyard in the Lombard style (1585-1602) embellished with coats-of-arms and open loggias. It now houses a...
The Kornhaus, or granary, is considered a major work from the Bernese high baroque period. The top three storeys were originally used to store grain, while vats of...