9 Sights in Stettlen, Switzerland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Stettlen, 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 9 sights are available in Stettlen, Switzerland.

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1. Basilika Dreifaltigkeitskirche

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The Trinity Church bern is a Roman Catholic basilica at Taubenstrasse 6 in Bern. The Trinity Church was built between 1896 and 1899 on the initiative of the theologian and art historian Jakob Stammler, who worked in Bern from 1876 to 1906 as a Catholic city pastor and then as bishop in the Diocese of Basel. Because of its importance as an "outstanding place of worship and piety...", its architectural style and furnishings, it was named a minor basilica on 6 April 1956 on behalf of Pope Pius XII.

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2. Synagoge

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The Bern synagogue was built in 1905 in the so-called Moorish style. On 19 September 1906, Rabbi Martin Littman (1864-1945) was inaugurated in the presence of the larger sister congregation, authorities, city clergy, delegations from Burgerrat and the University of Bern. It was built according to the plan of Edward Reby, who designed the Church of St. Ursula with Ernst Sarchili.

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3. Käfigturm

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The Käfigturm is a medieval tower in Bern, Switzerland. It is part of the UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site of the Old City of Bern and the tower is a Cultural Property of National Significance. The original tower was built as a gate house during the second expansion of Bern in 1256. The tower was demolished in 1640 and completely rebuilt immediately thereafter.

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4. Lenbrunnen

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Lenbrunnen is the oldest existing fountain in Bern. It is located in Haus an der Postgasse 68 in the Old City of Bern and enters via Staatskanzlei or Lenbrunnengässli. The fountain has been discontinued and closed to the public. However, it can be accessed free of charge during office hours in the State Chancellery.

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5. Münster

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Münster André P. Holzer, Bern / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Bern Minster is a Swiss Reformed cathedral, in the old city of Bern, Switzerland. Built in the Gothic style, its construction started in 1421. Its tower, with a height of 100.6 m (330 ft), was only completed in 1893. It is the tallest cathedral in Switzerland and is a Cultural Property of National Significance.

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6. Heiliggeistkirche

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The Church of the Holy Ghost is a Swiss Reformed Church in Bern, Switzerland. The Swiss heritage site of national significance building is located at Spitalgasse 44 in the Old City of Bern. It is one of largest Swiss Reformed churches in Switzerland.

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7. Zentrum Paul Klee

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Zentrum Paul Klee Jean-Pierre Dalbéra from Paris, France / CC BY 2.0

The Zentrum Paul Klee is a museum dedicated to the artist Paul Klee, located in Bern, Switzerland and designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano. It features about 40 percent of Paul Klee’s entire pictorial oeuvre.

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8. Anna Seiler-Brunnen

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Anna Seiler-Brunnen Mike Lehmann / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Anna-Seiler-Brunnen is a fountain on Marktgasse in the Old City of Bern, Switzerland. It is a Swiss Cultural Property of National Significance and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Old City of Bern.

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9. Burgruine Schwandiburg

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The Schwandiholz or Schwandiburg ruins are the ruins of a medieval castle, probably built in the late Middle Ages. It is located in Schwandiholz, Stettlen City, Bern State. There are only a few walls left.

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