Kirchner Museum Davos
Promenade 82, 7270 Davos, Switzerland
About Kirchner Museum Davos
The Kirchner Museum Davos offers visitors an extraordinary opportunity to experience works of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner in the very place they were created. The Kirchner Museum continually presents varied ensembles of key works from its extensive collection. In addition, it stages temporary exhibitions that highlight either particular aspects of the work of Kirchner and other major artists of the classical Modern period or currents in contemporary art.
Attractions near Kirchner Museum Davos
Lake Davos is a small natural lake at Davos, Switzerland. Its surface area is 0.59 km² and the maximum depth is 54 m. Fed by sources of the Rhine, Flüelabach and Totalpbach, among other mountain creeks, the lake is used as a hydropower reservoir; its water no longer flows to the river Landwasser but is channeled into the river Landquart at Klosters.
The Weissfluhjoch is 2693 m above sea level. M. high mountain in the plural Alps in Switzerland. It is located in the north-west of Davos in the triangle of the Landwassertal, Prättigau and Schanfigg regions and is the local mountain of the Alpine city. The Parsennbahn has been opening up the Weissfluhjoch for tourism since 1932.
A beautiful and high mountain located in the canton of Graubünden which was the part of Plessur alps. There is a cable car to reach the summit of this mountain. From this cable car, we can enjoy the beauty and the wilderness of this mountain. This place is efficient for trekking and rock climbing too.
Parsenn is a ski area near Davos, Switzerland, offering 35 ski runs. The Parsenn area is the largest and most modern of Davos' five mountains. The recently updated Parsenn "red railway" funicular covers the difference of 1,100 metres up to the Weissfluhjoch ridge. One can also get from Klosters to Gotschna/Parsenn with a large cable car which runs from here run up to 17 kilometres into the Prättigau valley.
Flüela Pass is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden. The road connects Davos and Susch in the lower Engadin valley. Since the Vereina Tunnel opened in 1999, the road is no longer guaranteed to be open all year. An NGO, Pro Flüela Verein, was established in 1990 to extend the opening outside the summer months. It raises money from membership fees, and grants from the cantonal government and local communes.
The hike on the Weisshorn peak, the highest excursion point in Arosa, offers an all-around view over the Grison holiday destination and the whole Schanfigg valley. The trail starts at the middle station of the Weisshorn gondola and leads over meadows and wide mossy planes constantly uphill. From the top of the hill, you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the alps and also A two-stage cable car links the top of the mountain with the town and resort of Arosa — the base station is near to Arosa
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