Climb your way up to the top to view the S. Maria del Castello in Mesocco. The architecture is simple with a painting seen on the entrance wall. The interiors consists of wall murals depicting the stations of the cross. There are benches as well where one could sit and meditate observing peace and silence.
Above the beautiful village of Splügen, the ruins of this once magnificent castle stands tall. The winged building still stands, with the walls on three sides being quite intact. Of particular note is the elevated entrance with the massive Gothic arch. The ruins can be reached via a short trek up a hill, which also offers great views of the valley below.
Katholische Pfarrkirche St. Sebastian is a baroque church in the Swiss village of Dardin. The new building of this church was built at the end of the 17th century in place of the old building whose origins are unknown. The consecration of the three wooden altars in this new building took place in 1716. It is a two-bay church with a recessed choir. It has square windows, a southside tower, and an onion-shaped dome. It was last renovated in 1916 and a new vestibule was added to this building in 1925. It is a peaceful place to visit, pray, and reflect.
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In addition to sacral art and farming equipment, this museum in the city of Lottigna also presents a collection of weapons that will delight any connoisseur or an interested visitor.
Located in the canton of Graubünden, the beautiful Swiss village of Vals form a picturesque view with its charming old cottage houses and the stunning backdrop of Swiss mountains. With its origins dating back to the Bronze era, a number of historical buildings are found here including the Swiss heritage site of The double house at 81. It is also famous for its numerous thermal baths and mineral spas.
Amperveilsee is a beautiful lake located within the Grisons canton of Switzerland. Housed above the Vals region, the lake borders along a popular hike that connects it with the peak of Fannellhorn. One can see many neighboring peaks from the lake, which makes it a popular tourist spot. The neighboring spa resort of Vals is also a contributing factor to its footfall.
Situated above the Vals region of the Grisons canton, the lake of Guraletschsee is a true Swiss wonder. Spreading along the entire border of Vals, the lake is touted to join Lake Zervreila. The lake borders along a very famous hiking spot that connects it to the peak of Fanellhorn. Needless to say, the Guraletschsee Lake is a popular tourist destination.
The Null Stern Hotel Museum began as an actual hotel, albeit one unlike the world had ever seen. Created by brothers Frank and Patrik Riklin in 2009, it was converted from a nuclear bunker, offering its guests little in the way of amenities. According to the Riklin brothers, both artists, the unusual accommodation was an exercise in minimalism and recycling. Despite winning awards for its innovation, the hotel was only operational until 2010, and today a museum dedicated to the project stands in its place. Rumors about a commercial expansion of the Null Stern Hotel have been circulating for some time though no other hotels have opened since the prototype.