Wiler Turm, Hofbergweg, 9552 Bronschhofen, Switzerland
About Wil Tower
The Wil Tower is a wooden observation tower that was built in the forest of Wil in Switzerland. The tower site is located some 747 meters above sea level. It was opened for public use on 8 July 2006. The tower is an open structure, rising on 6 slanted columns from three equidistant ground support points. A circular stairway rises in the center of the columns, opening onto a roofed observation deck. Although the structure rises some 34 meters above the ground, the deck is barely above the surroun
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The Nollen is a hill in the municipality of Wuppenau in the canton of Thurgau, Switzerland. It has a height of 735 meters and lies on a plateau between the Thurgau and Sanktgallen Thur valleys. With its all-round view of Lake Constance, the Alps, and the Hegau, it is a popular excursion destination in the region. It is also known as "the Rigi des Thurgau". It used to be important as a triangulation point.
The Murg is a 34 km long tributary of the Thur in Switzerland and flows through the Murg Valley. It rises in the canton of St. Gallen near Schlattberg above Mühlrüti, flows through the canton of Thurgau, and flows into the Thur at Warth near Frauenfeld. Along with Necker, Sitter, and Glatt, the Murg is one of the most important tributaries of the Thur.
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The exhibit of the Thurgau History Museum in Frauenfeld Castle illustrates the time after 1415 that was so important for the region. It offers both children and adults an insightful and playful gateway to the Middle Ages. The modern arrangements, interactive animation and the artwork shining in new splendour are the highlights of the multimedia castle tour.
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