Basler Münster

Basler Münster

my cities landmark is kept in a very good shape

Location: 

Münsterpl., 4051 Basel, Switzerland

Duration: 

Monday, December 21, 2015

Journey: 

personal highlights

  1. Münster: probably Basel's most prominent landmark
  2. Restoration: one part is always hidden by scaffolds
  3. Pfalz: enjoying the peaceful view on the Rhine river
  4. Cloister: contemplation about important city people
  5. Towers: best view over Basel (missed this time)

image sources

  1. scaffold-free @ Frontal
  2. random stone @ Cloister
  3. cloister @ Münster
  4. small model @ Pfalz
  5. courtyard @ Münster

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