Built in the 14th century, it has a long history. In ancient times, it was a defensive wall. Today, the 900-meter-long wall is preserved with bell tower, city tower and part of it open to the outside world. Here you can climb high and overlook the mountains and lakes. The bell tower on the city wall will ring a minute earlier than the bell tower in other parts of Ryusen by the hour. We just heard the bell ring this morning.
The Mussenger Wall is part of the urban defense facility of Ryusen built in 1386. It is one of the longest and best preserved defensive walls in Switzerland. My girlfriend looked at other people's strategies and must find the castle to take photos. As a result, I went to two places to take pictures. Haha. Where the castle can not park fast, beautiful girls, understand that life is always admirable.
This is one of the most complete and longest preserved walls in Switzerland, which offers a view of the landscape below. The city wall is long, and there are football fields and track and field runways under the wall, as well as cattle and sheep. The scenery is good.
It is one of the most well-preserved and longest defensive walls in Switzerland, built in 1386. The existing wall is more than 900 meters, with nine watchtowers of different styles. Now only four of them are open for visitors to visit outside the winter season. We climbed the highest tower. The Bell Tower is free of tickets and unattended. It depends on tourists'consciousness. The old clock was completely exposed to machinery. The old stairs have been walking for hundreds of years. The clock built by Hans Luter on the Zyt Tower in 1535 is the oldest clock in the city of Ryusen and has the privilege of telling the time one minute ahead of the rest of the city. Standing on the wall, you can overlook the whole Ryusen. The lake view and the mountains in the distance are intoxicating.
Mussenger Wall is one of the longest and best preserved defensive walls in Switzerland. The interesting thing about this wall is that it resembles Roman architecture. One of the towers in it is the bell tower. If you go to the whole time, you can see that 30% of the time is spent on the clock, and the structure of the mechanical clock is at a glance.
Switzerland now has the best preservation, and one of the longest defensive walls actually climbs more than 900 meters up the Mussenger Wall, but overlooks the entire Lucerne lake and the distant peaks. Far hills, Jinghu Lake, green trees, church spires. Suddenly the bells and drums ring in unison for a long time.
The old city walls and watchtowers are very historic. They can climb to the top of the tower and overlook the old city of Lucerne.