The steeple of the church is very beautiful, there are twelve constellations engraved under the fountain in front of the church, and there is also a bronze model of the city.
Traveling in Europe, there are churches everywhere. Chur is one of the oldest towns in Switzerland. Of course, this church is also very meaningful. It is similar to Central Europeans. I won’t upload the picture. It’s pretty. It’s also very convenient to go to Liechtenstein from here. The train reverses the bus and it takes an hour (including 15 minutes to wait for the bus).
Chur, in my memory, it is all associated with white terms such as ski resorts, snow world, and winter paradise, but this time I came here in the early spring. I thought I was just passing by, but I didn’t expect it to surprise me. Surprise. This important train hub in eastern Switzerland does not seem as exquisite and chic as other Swiss towns, but when you come to the old town, the squares, churches, and old streets washed by rain are so charming. Under the drizzle, a few tourists walked by sporadically, reducing the daily excitement and a bit more weekend comfort. The mountain behind is surrounded by sparse clouds and mist. Close my eyes and take a deep breath of fresh air, feeling the tranquility here for a moment. I really want time to be still here, so that I can always be like this, away from the noise and away from troubles.