Barrier-free visit to the UNESCO World Heritage
Discover barrier-free the UNESCO World Heritage in Switzerland!
Espace de l'urbanisme horloger is an ideal place to unravel the secrets of the UNESCO World Heritage La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle. A multimedia presentation with a film and an exhibition features the city's impressive industrial heritage and unique urban design (barrier-free access). Plan your visit now! #WorldHeritageSwitzerland #Ourheritage #UNESCO #PaysDeNeuchatel #MontreMoi #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #Worldheritageeurope @Jura3Lakes
The Abbey of St. Gallen, World Heritage since 1983, houses the oldest monastic archive in the world: medieval books, manuscripts, works of art and, among other treasures, the 'Codex Abrogans', the oldest text in German that has survived to the present day. Plan your visit now! (Barrier-free access) #WorldHeritageSwitzerland #Ourheritage #UNESCO #stiftsbibliothek #stgallen #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND
Would you like to immerse yourself barrier-free in over 1200 years of Convent and architectural history? In Graubünden, Val Müstair, there are numerous accessible activities, including the UNESCO World Heritage Benedictine Convent St. John in Müstair. There you have barrier-free access to the museum Convent, where you can marvel at the Carolingian frescoes and unique wall paintings. #WorldHeritageSwitzerland #Ourheritage #UNESCO #Müstair #Graubünden @graubuenden_official
A dense and diverse system of springs, and lakes characterise the landscape of the Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch, UNESCO World Heritage since 2001. The springs have great impacts on nature, biodiversity and communities in the region. Plan your visit to the World Nature Forum to gain more knowledge! (Barrier-free access) #Ourheritage #Worldheritageswitzerland #UNESCO #Oeschinensee #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #worldheritageeurope
The Albula Railway Museum in Bergün guides railway enthusiasts and families through the history of the railway in Graubünden (barrier-free access). Decommissioned station clocks, historical documents and engineering plans illustrate the history and importance of the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage route between Thusis and Tirano. Plan your visit now! #ourheritage #worldheritageswitzerland #worldheritageeurope #graubuenden #rhaetiansensation @graubuenden_official
The “pile dwellings” are remains of prehistoric settlements in lakes and marshes around the Alps. The serial property includes 111 sites in six countries and 56 of them are located in Switzerland. Many finds are difficult or impossible to access. This makes their exhibition in museums even more important, such as at the Laténium near Neuchâtel, where you can gain a detailed impression of the lives our ancestors led. @Jura3Lakes