6 Sights in Baden, Switzerland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Baden, Switzerland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Baden, Switzerland.

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1. Landvogteischloss

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The LandvoggeCloss is a small castle in the city of Baden in the Swiss canton of Aargau. It is located on the right bank of the Limmat opposite the old town and once guarded the narrow point between the Schlossberg in the west and the lusters in the east. Until 1798 it was the residence of the county of Baden, today it houses the Baden Historical Museum and the archive of the city of Baden.

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2. Stadtturm

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The city tower is a torture in the old town of Baden in Switzerland. It was created in the middle of the 15th century and served as a northern city gate. In addition to the LandvoggeCloss, it is the only fully preserved part of the medieval city fortification. With its striking appearance, the 56.45 meter high tower is a symbol of the city.

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3. Grand Casino Baden

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Kursaal is a building in Baden, Switzerland. It is considered to be one of the social centers of the spa, and is located in the spa park between the station and the spa area, close to the spa theater. This building was built in 1875 according to the plan of architect Robert Moser. Kursaal has been used by the Baden Grand Casino since 2002.

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4. St.-Anna-Kapelle

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The St. Anna chapel is a Catholic chapel in Baden in Switzerland. It is located east of the city center between the Landvogteischloss and the cantonal school, not far from the border with the municipality of Wettingen. It once served as the church of the neighboring Siechenhaus.

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5. Schweizer Kindermuseum

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Schweizer Kindermuseum Daniel Kaysel / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Swiss Children's Museum in Baden, Canton of Aargau, addresses childhood, the world of the child and its changes through the past centuries to the present. It is based on an extensive study collection including a specialist library at 300 years of child culture.

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6. Ehemalige paritätische Kirche St. Leodegar

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The former St. Leodgar Church was the first church in Birmenstorf in the state of Argo. It was probably built in the 12th century. Most of them were demolished in 1937. Only the choir was abandoned and rebuilt into today's graveyard chapel.

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