The Musegge city wall is a very well-preserved ancient city wall, which has a history of more than 600 years and is rare in Switzerland. The city wall itself is not high, but it is built on a higher ground. Before climbing the city wall, you have to go uphill first, so standing on the top of the wall can overlook the magnificent old city scenery, Lake Lucerne and the majestic snow-capped mountains. The sights of Lucerne are relatively concentrated. The city wall is within walking distance and not far from Lucerne Station, so be sure to visit it. The watchtower on the city wall is also interesting, and you can also see wooden beams. This is a free attraction and it is very pleasant to visit.
ose, the wall is the most preserved Switzerland, one of the longest defensive walls, was built in 1386. The walls of the existing more than 900 meters, with nine different style watchtowers, now only Schirmerturm, Zeitturm, Wachtturm and Mannliturm four open visitors outside during the winter season. In 1535 by Hans Luter built in Zyt tower clock is the oldest bell, the city of lucerne and enjoy other than the town clock one minute the privilege of the time. Standing on the wall overlooking the whole lucerne, greeted by a lake and mountains in the distance a person be intoxicated more.
Lucerne still retains a section of the old city wall. This is one of the best-preserved and longest defensive walls in Switzerland. It is more than 900 meters long and has nine different styles of towers on the wall. The clock built in 1535 on the Zante Tower is the oldest clock in the city. It has the privilege of telling the time one minute earlier than other clocks in the city. The city wall is a great place to see the scenery of Lucerne.
The Musegge city wall is one of the best-preserved and longest defensive walls in Switzerland. What's interesting about this city wall is that it resembles a Roman period building. One of the towers inside is a bell tower. If you go on the hour, you can see the clock that occupies 30% of the time and the structure of the mechanical clock.