M32***23The Abbey Library of St. Gallen is a super refined and grand library! It's really shocking, exquisite and magnificent~ it's worth coming to see, the momentum is great! The transportation is also very convenient.
m34***50It only takes three hours to drive from the northernmost tip of Switzerland to the southeast corner. Drive along the south bank of Lake Constance, then turn around and head south, passing through St. Gallen, Liechtenstein, Chur, and then to St. Moritz. St. Gallen’s Cathedral, a world cultural heritage site, is the most elegant church in my opinion on several trips to Europe.
清风明月The St. Gallen Textile Museum is located in the old town of St. Gallen, the capital of the canton of St. Gallen in the German-speaking region of northern Switzerland. It is the most unique museum in Switzerland that mainly displays textile products. St. Gallen was the center of the embroidery industry and other textile industries in the early twentieth century. The Textile Museum showcases the development of the textile industry in Switzerland and other countries over the centuries. It is famous for Eastern Swiss embroidery, Egyptian fabrics, lace, embroidery and fabric collections since the Middle Ages in Europe. . At the same time, the museum is also a textile library, where people can look up various fabrics and patterns designed by fabric designers in the past 170 years, including books, photos, design drawings, etc. The museum also displayed some textile machines, knitting tools, hand embroidery machines and other equipment.
凤凤吖吖Amazing, Kathedrale in St Gallen went in and took a look, no less shocking than when I first saw Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia... The scenery in the German-speaking area is definitely not inferior to the French-speaking area. The key is to have a heart of appreciation. .... Fröhlich Weihnacht!
GeorgezouThe Art Museum of St. Gallen is an important cultural venue in St. Gallen. It houses some international modern sculptures and various works of art from the 19th to 20th centuries. Among them, the collections are mostly from the Netherlands, Germany and France. Many introductions are hard to understand, so let's take a look.