The Wiese is a river, 57.8 kilometers long, and a right-hand tributary of the Rhine in southwest Germany and northwest Switzerland. From its source in Baden-Württemberg in the Southern Black Forest on the mountain of the Feldberg, it flows for a short distance through the county of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald and then mainly across Lörrach and through numerous settlements including the county town of Lörrach.
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Rising 1,414 meters (4,639 ft) above sea level, it is the fourth highest summit of the Black Forest. The border of the municipalities of Münstertal, Schönenberg and Kleines Wiesental meet on the summit dome. The domed, treeless summit has a profile that, seen from the Upper Rhine Plain, is almost symmetrical.
Fed by melted snow and rain, the river Stübenbächle drops down over 97 meter in several stages here. The biggest single jump is about 60 meter high. Visitors can climb up to the top of the falls thereby having two different views of the falls- from its bottom, and the top.
St. Chrischona is a hamlet in the Swiss canton of Basel-Stadt. It is part of the municipality of Bettingen. The center of the village is located on the highest point of the canton, at 522 meters above sea level. St. Christina is the home of the St. Chrischona Pilgrim Mission, an evangelical training school for home and foreign missions, led by Karl Heinrich Rappard and his wife Dora Rappard.
Holzbrücke Bad Säckingen is a bridge over the Rhine. It connects the German city of Bad Säckingen with the village Stein in Switzerland. The covered bridge spans 203.7 metres over the Hochrhein and is the longest roofed wooden bridge of Europe. The bridge is listed as a national registered monument in Switzerland. The bridge was built in 1272 and was destroyed several times. The current bridge was completed in 1700. Originally a road bridge, the bridge is now only open for pedestrians since the
The spacious park is designed in the style of an English landscape park from the mid-19th century and covers an area of around 2.6 hectares. It is located north of the old village center, directly opposite the Fondation Beyeler. Originally the area was used for agriculture and had some farmhouses and vineyards. Her successors are the farm and coach houses of the country estates, some of which have been preserved .
Agusta Rourica is a Roman archaeological site and is an open-air museum in Switzerland, which is located on the south bank of the River Rhine, about 20 km east of Basel near the villages of Inst and Casuurg. This is the site of the oldest known Roman colony on the Rhine. Augusta Raurica, or Colonia Agusta Rourer, was founded around Louisiana Munatius Planckas, around 44 BC, around the relatives of a local Gaelic tribe, Raurasi, Helva.
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