Basel Historical Museum – Barfuesserkirche
Barfüsserpl. 7, 4051 Basel, Switzerland
About Basel Historical Museum – Barfuesserkirche
The historical museum Basel is housed in three separate buildings and ranks among the most important museums of cultural history on the Upper Rhine. The permanent exhibition spotlights Basel's historic identity at the crossroads between three cultures: Swiss, German and French. Several hundred historical accounts and artworks trace aspects of the city's history over the last thousand years.
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