Posted by: Marjolein Vegers | 13/08/2011

Swiss history

Many travel to Switzerland to enjoy the mountains and wander through nature. And with good reason. When I was in Switzerland last June, I was surprised by the many historic sites that are still so well preserved. I guess being neutral during the world wars has its advantages, since nothing was destroyed by bombs.

Walking on the wooden bridge of Baden

View on Baden

Wasserschloss Hallwyl

More Swiss history from the 16th century ;-)

16th century house in Broc

Château de Chillon

View from the Chillon castle

Château de Chillon

The medieval town of Gruyères

View on Gruyères


Responses

  1. I like especially the first photo: Walking on the wooden bridge of Baden.

  2. Really nice photos. I too like the walking on the wooden bridge photo. I just love the architecture of Europe.


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