For my the No.1 sight in Basel. The famous Basler Münster. Sitting on the hill in the old town, overlooking the whole city. Also nice to spot it from the "Mittlere Brücke" for some good pics. It's ...
Cathedral - Visit the former episcopal church, built between the years 1019 and 1500 in the Romantic
Together with the Mittlere Brücke, the Basler Münster (Cathedral) is probably the most famous landmark in Basel. With its red sandstone walls, colourful roof tiles and twin towers, no other building a...
Protestant Gothic cathedral, completed in 1500. Outside it is very interesting with its characteristic red bricks. Visiting is free, but inside it looks like a typical Protestant church - not much to ...
The towers are visible from all along the river - beautiful architecture with lots of details in the masonry. I liked the wooden chairs, each one with a different pattern on the backrest, and the love...
Basel is the last stop of our trip to Switzerland. It is the third largest city in Switzerland. A Rhine River passes through the city and divides Basel into two. There are also world-famous festivals and exhibitions, and there are colorful colors in the streets of the old town. In Basel, this day, the public is not beautiful, it has been raining, adding a hint of gloom, but making the city more temperament.
But the focus of this set of photos is that CC finally wears pants again! Haha!
[Swiss Tour] Basel is located in the northwest corner of Switzerland. Basel is on the upper reaches of the Rhine. It is surrounded by Germany and France and becomes the junction of the three countries. To the north is the Black Forest, and to the west is the Alsace region. As a cultural intersection, it has been a city of culture and art since the Middle Ages.
Basel City Hall is a representative building located on the city's market square, a red sandstone building with a unique tower. It has been more than 500 years since.
Address: Marktpl. 9
With an umbrella, walk along the wet stone road to the slightly unconventional Basel Cathedral in Switzerland. This tall Gothic spire building is perhaps the most overlooked building in the Old Town of Basel. It is said that from the 11th century - and 1000 years ago, the Catholic Church broke ground and has been repeatedly rebuilt. The exterior of the church is red sandstone, which does not look magnificent, but the interior is beautiful. The famous writer Erasmus at the Renaissance was also in this church.
I started climbing upwards when the countdown to the church's apex was 40 minutes. It was not easy to climb a church in Europe. The stairs were narrow and steep, making me breathless. However, the scenery after the apex has made this kind of "hard" worthwhile - the drizzle is still fascinating, the blue sky has been exposed in the distance, the whole Basel is in sight, the Rhine is at the foot, faint, You can also hear the drumming sound of the river parade.