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Swiss yellow postal buses stop in front of Kloster St Johan in Müstair in Graubünden in the far southeastern corner of Switzerland. An hourly bus goes to the Engadin Valley via the Offenpass with further services available during the summer season. Post Bus, Carolingian, Bus Stop, St John's, Buses, Switzerland, Poster, Yellow, Summer
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Postal Buses in Müstair - European Traveler

Swiss yellow postal buses stop in front of Kloster St Johan in Müstair in Graubünden in the far southeastern corner of Switzerland. An hourly bus goes to the Engadin Valley via the Offenpass with further services available during the summer season.

The luxury Glacier Express trains with panoramic windows connects Zermatt and St Moritz via some of the most spectacular Alpine scenery in Switzerland. Glacier Express Switzerland, Switzerland Tourism, By Train, Train Route, Train Trip, Zermatt, Cinque Terre, Great Places

Glacier Express on the Landwasser Viaduct, Switzerland - European Traveler

© Rhaetische Bahn: swiss-image.ch/Christof Sonderegger

The Landquart Designer Outlet mall in the east of Switzerland offers shoppers bargains and savings on prestigious fashion labels at factory stores. Fashion Labels, Shopping Mall, Switzerland, Outdoor Decor, Zurich, Viajes, Shopping Center
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Save at the Landquart Outlet Shopping Mall in Switzerland

The Landquart Designer Outlet mall in the east of Switzerland offers shoppers bargains and savings on prestigious fashion labels at factory stores.

Glacier Express – Glacier Express in the ravine of Val Bever. The slowest express train in the world offers a magical train ride both in summer and winter. Glacier Express, Fairy Land, Train Rides, Cheap Travel, Switzerland, Winter, Places To Go, World, Trains
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Glacier Express in the ravine of Val Bever - European Traveler

Glacier Express – Glacier Express in the ravine of Val Bever. The slowest express train in the world offers a magical train ride both in summer and winter. © Rhaetische Bahn: swiss-image.ch

The Romanesque painted wooden ceilings in the St Martin’s Church in Zillis, Graubünden in Switzerland, is one of very few to have been preserved in Europe. St Martin, Wooden Ceilings, Romanesque, Art History, Saints, My Arts, Mosque, Painting, Switzerland
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Martinskirche in Zillis - European Traveler

The painted ceiling in St Martin’s in Graubünden, Switzerland, is one of only three in Europe that survived from the Romanesque period without being overpainted. It was installed around 1110 and consists of 153 panels.

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Carolingian Wall Painting in Müstair - European Traveler

The Carolingian painting in the central apse of the church of St John in Müstair shows Christ surrounded by emblems of the apostles and a number of angels.

Romanesque fresco of the martyrdom of St John the Baptist in Müstair Carolingian, Medieval Paintings, John The Baptist, Romanesque, Fresco, Switzerland, Art, Art Background, Fresh
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Martyrdom of St John in Müstair - European Traveler

Romanesque frescoes in the central apse of the abbey church of St John in Müstair show his martyrdom. St John the Baptist was decapitated with his head offered to his daughter at a banquet hosted by King Herod. The upside down figure is Salome dancing. She could request any reward from Herod and her mother […]

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Monastery of St John in Müstair - European Traveler

The UNESCO World Cultural Heritage listed St John Monastery in Müstair viewed from the east. The small Chapel of the Holy Cross and the main church with three apses are Carolingian. The bell tower was erected in 1530 while the white Planta Tower dates from 960 – the swallowtail merlons were added later.