From anywhere in Fribourg, you can see the majestic St. Nicholas Cathedral.
The 74-meter-high landmark building was built between 1283 and 1630. Because the tower on the west side has not been built, the church has a dignified, stable and elegant appearance. Climb 368 steps, you can look around and enjoy the unforgettable and magnificent scenery of Shangxia and Shangcheng.
The cathedral is now the main church seat of the dioceses of Geneva, Lausanne and Fribourg in Switzerland, and is the support of the spiritual souls of local citizens.
A must-see place to go to Fribourg, climb the top of the church tower, looking around the whole town, the platform will be pointed in all directions of buildings or attractions. The town is not big, many stories.
Fribau, Switzerland, is the capital of Fburg, connecting Lausanne and Bern, and passing by by train from Lausanne, French-speaking, to Bern, German-speaking, French-speaking, German-speaking, French-speaking, French-speaking, German-speaking, French-speaking, German-speaking, French-speaking, French-speaking, German-speaking, French-speaking, German-speaking, French- Highlight: Fribourg is surrounded by the Salin River on three sides, and the city retains its medieval features. It is also a city with multiple bridges, with at least 15 bridges across the Salin River. The whole city was built by the Chailingen family, much like the capital Bern, which was built using the curved structures of the Salin River, the fountains and the arcades that are similar to Bern. Stone-paved paths, Catholic Church, 12-14Century old houses, gates, towers, bridges and so on are well preserved, is a must-see for the ancient town lovers, and it seems to be time-returning to come here. The alleys of the old town are full of beautiful little shops and restaurants, cafes with facade. Recommended: Fribourg Cathedral is the main local church, built in 1283, when St Nicholas exclusive church, the spires of the church up to 74 meters, and beautifully painted glass windows. Schedule: There is also the Jean Dingley Museum, the predecessor of which is a tram factory, and art lovers are well worth seeing. Architectural lovers can visit the Abbey of Oterivo, built in 1137, which was a must-do for the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.