The St. George’s Abbey is located on the Rhine Bridge. Standing on the bridge, you can see the tall bell tower. The typical Gothic building should be the tallest building in Stein, because it can be seen from a distance on the island of Weld. To her bell tower, although it has gone through more than five hundred years, it is still intact. This attraction is a paid attraction. I only found this place after I came back to sort out the photos.
St. George's Abbey, located on the Rhine, is one of the best-preserved ancient monasteries in Switzerland, witnessing the Renaissance in northern Switzerland. It was built in the Roman era and has undergone several renovations and renovations in the 15-16 century. Now it no longer has a religious function, but is open to the public as a museum. The monastery is very beautiful in shape and the spires are long. Unfortunately, there is no time to watch them carefully.