5 Sights in Rheinfelden, Switzerland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Rheinfelden, 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 5 sights are available in Rheinfelden, Switzerland.

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1. Obertorturm

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The fortifications of Rein Felden in Switzerland were built on December 12th. It added fortresses during the Thirty Years War and an artillery fortress in 1692. In 1744, during the Austrian Succession War, French troops blew up the extension and part of the original fortifications. In the 19th century, other parts of the city wall and several towers were demolished; Today, the Old City of Rheinfeld has almost half of its walls.

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2. Burg Stein

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Burg Stein Urheber der Aufnahme Markus Schäfer / Bild-frei

The Stein Castle, also called Stein zu Rheinfelden, is an outcome island castle in the Swiss city of Rheinfelden in the canton of Aargau. The castle was located on the "Inseli", an island in the Hochrhein in front of the city. It formed part of the city fortification of Rheinfelden.

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3. Albrechtsbrunnen

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The Albrechtsbrunnen is a figure fountain in Rheinfelden in the canton of Aargau. It stands on the Albrechtsplatz in the eastern part of the old town, in front of the former Dépendance of the Hotel "Zur Krone". The fountain is classified as a cultural asset of regional importance.

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4. Ehemalige Johanniterkapelle

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Johanniterkapelle is a former Roman Catholic chapel in Rein Felden, in the German state of Argo. It is located in Johannitergasse in the northeast corner of the Old City, next to Johanniterkommende. Built in the 1450s, this chapel is an important cultural asset of the country.

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5. Reformierte Kirche

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Reformed Church of Rein Felden is a Protestant Reformed Church in Rein Felden, Aargau, Switzerland. Located in the southeast of the old town of Zürcherstrasse, it was built in 1894/95 and designed by architect Johannes Vollmer.

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