The cathedral is the most obvious building on the Rhine River from the railway station in Basel. The back of the cathedral is much better than the front. We went to church on the Basel Ferry from the other side of the river. Basel's ferry is powerless, just a river boat, many tourists will come here to experience it.
Basel Cathedral is located on the Rhine River in the old city, not far from SBB Railway Station. Apart from the double towers, the building style of the church is mainly characterized by the use of brown and red bricks and stones to build walls. On the wall of the supporting hall on the left and back side of the church are inscribed with the introduction of the bishops of the past dynasties, which reveals their historical details.
It rained the day I went. So maybe there are fewer people. Gothic church, solemn and solemn... There is an air of mystery...
Walking through the main entrance to the hall, you can pay special attention to the small portal with statues on the left side of the altar - Galluspforte, which is the oldest such door in German-speaking areas, and is also considered the most important Roman figure sculpture in Switzerland.
Basel Cathedral belongs to the perfect combination of standard Gothic and Roman architecture. Its church is red sandstone, which may also become a major feature of the cathedral. There are many sculptures on the cathedral. Every sculpture is exquisite. The Cathedral looks magnificent and worth visiting.
Basel Cathedral is a typical Gothic architectural style. It belongs to a Catholic church. The cathedral is very beautiful. It is a red sandstone structure, so it looks really beautiful. The church is very high. It can overlook the whole scene of Basel. It's really good and worth coming.
Basel is the third largest city in Switzerland after Zurich and Geneva. It is also a famous religious and cultural city in Europe. As the representative of the main cultural buildings in Europe, Basel Cathedral is a representative building of the city. The cathedral is a Gothic building of red sandstone. It has been built since the 11th century. At the top of the cathedral, it can overlook the Heilin Mountains in Germany and France. Mount Vogel offers a panoramic view of Basel as a whole.
Be sure to punch in at 12:00 noon, catch up with a prayer, playing the violin, singing, praying, and so on, and participate in the process, feeling quiet. In addition, the architectural details such as stained glass paintings are exquisite. You must take photos and buy postcards.