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Here you can find interesting sights in Chur, 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 Chur, Switzerland.List of cities in Switzerland Sightseeing Tours in Chur
1. Schutzbauten Welschdörfli
The protective structures in Welschdörfli, a quarter in the Graubünden capital of Chur that is known today as an entertainment district, are a work created in 1986 by the architect Peter Zumthor. They are located in the Seilerbahnweg and protect a civilian, ancient Roman settlement Curia Raetorum. Underneath are much older layers, which are dated to the Neolithic period. The Roman building certificates and wall paintings as well as finds from the Neolithic to the Roman era can be visited.
Malteserturm is a four-storey building located in Chur, the capital of Graubünden. Located in the southwest of the Old City, near Obertor, the building is part of the oldest fortifications, destroyed in a fire in 1464 and destroyed in the 1st century AD. The lower part of this late medieval tower shows the fortifications necessary for the city's fortifications in the 13th century. In the upper part, gravel masonry built after 1464 covers the tent roof. = = External Link
The Church of the Redeemer is a Roman Catholic church building in Chur, Graubünden. It is located in the Rheinquartier at Tödistrasse 10. Together with the Cathedral of St. Maria Himmelfahrt, St. Luziuskirche and Heiligkreuzkirche, the church is one of the four churches in the Catholic parish of Chur. It was the first Roman Catholic church building in Chur after the adoption of the Reformation in the city in the 16th century.
The Martinskirche in Chur is the largest late Gothic complex in Graubünden and the largest Evangelical-Reformed church building in the canton. With its late Gothic spire, it is the landmark of the old town. It is dedicated to Martin of Tours. The relatively frequent occurrence of Martinskirchen in Graubünden is related to the fact that Raetia came into the sphere of influence of the Merovingians and Carolingians after 526.
5. Rätisches Museum
The Rhaetian Museum is a museum in Chur, Switzerland. It stands in the old town and is also called the Graubünden Historical Museum. The Rhaetian Museum displays 100,000 exhibits on all epochs of Graubünden's cultural history and is owned by the canton of Graubünden.
Comanderkirche is located in Ringstrasse and Chur of Rheinquartier in Sennensteinstrasse 30. It is one of three preaching sites at the Chur Reformed Church Community and Territory Same Colloquium IV Chur.
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