Römerstrasse 30, 5401 Baden, Switzerland
About Museum Langmatt
The Langmatt Museum is an art museum in Baden in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland . Located in a turn-of-the-century factory owner's villa, it is known for its extensive collection of French Impressionist paintings .
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Stein Castle is a castle ruin above the municipality of Baden in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland. It is a Swiss heritage site of national significance. The castle was built on a rocky promontory above Baden gorge sometime before 1000. In the late 11th century the castle came to the Lenzburg family. The castle was occupied by a bailiff and was the seat of the Austrian administration for Vorderösterreich and housed the archive.
The city tower is a gate tower in the old town of Baden in Switzerland. It was built in the middle of the 15th century and served as the northern city gate. Besides the governor's castle, it is the only part of the medieval city fortifications that have been completely preserved. With its striking appearance, the 56.45-meter high tower is a landmark of the city.
The Baden Historical Museum takes you on a journey through the fascinating history of Baden. From the Romans through the middle-class 19th century to the present day, you will get a comprehensive overview of the historical development of the city.
The Teufelskeller is an old landslide area on the eastern slope of the Baregg. Bizarre rock formations from Nagelfluh characterize the area. Due to its proximity to the city of Baden, the natural forest reserve is also very popular with forest visitors. The chain of hills consists for the most part of rocks from the Lower Freshwater Molasse. In the hollows between the rock towers and caves grow beeches, ash trees, and spruces up to 50 meters high, as well as deer-tongue fern, moon violes, and th
Artistic monument of European importance and best-preserved Cistercian monastery in Switzerland. It houses a richly carved baroque choir stall and a Romanesque-Gothic cloister with stained glass from the 13th to the 17th century. The empty buildings at Wettingen were placed at the disposal of the teachers' training college. Since 1976 they have been used by the Wettingen Canton School. Roman Catholic services are held every week in the former abbey church, and weddings are also celebrated there.
Königsfelden Monastery is a former Franciscan double monastery, which housed both a community of Poor Clare nuns and one of the Franciscan friars, living in separate wings, in the municipality of Windisch in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland. It was founded in 1308 by the Habsburgs. In the course of the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland in 1528, it was secularized, and the complex was then the residence of the bailiffs of Bern.
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