翱翔的大鲨鱼The exterior of Basel Cathedral is a typical Gothic building, a cathedral with a history of nearly a thousand years. Although the outside is very simple and low-key, the inside is very solemn and rich. From the big to the details, you can see the heart of this church.
xiaohei5678Located in the northwestern corner of Switzerland, Basel is a very interesting town near France and Germany. It is very close everywhere. Closer is the hilly area of the Saône region in southeastern France, where there is a church of Ronchamp designed by the architect Le Corbusier. Of course, Basel itself also has historical background and international financial importance.
fz570628As it was written, I noticed that a Basel City Hall was missing, so I quickly made it up. The City Hall of Basel is located in Marktplatz in the old city. It has a dark red facade, high towers, a beautiful interior wall painted with colorful pictures, a romantic arcade, and a majestic sculpture standing in a corner of the courtyard. Everything is magnificent and artistic. The City Hall was built in the 16th century. The walls are painted with exquisite paintings by famous ancient Swiss painters and hung twelve emblems of the twelve cantons that joined the Swiss Confederation.
coo***anThe Vitra Design Museum can be regarded as a museum with a very careful design. The style is very modern. The white wall design gives people a bright and unforgettable sensory experience! It’s worth coming to see it
xiaohei5678It's a bit like a fairy tale world, small characters and small objects are all lifelike. Although the small city of Basel is not big, it brings visitors beyond imagination. It is unforgettable for a lifetime.
fz570628There is a peculiar attraction in the Old City of Basel. It is a fountain called "Dingley Fountain" composed of all kinds of used mechanical equipment. Unlike the usual fountains that show various gestures and graphics with regular water flow, each machine is They all form a pool of fountains with their own water streams. The water streams have different shapes, long and short, high and low, and left and right. They are very strange and funny, and have become a special landscape in Basel.