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Guided tour of the Cathedral Treasury Museum

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Discover the Domschatzmuseum with its two collections:On the one hand, ...

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Date
09.12.2021 from 16:00 to 17:00 o'clock
Price sFr. 20.00

Discover the Domschatzmuseum with its two collections:On the one hand, this is the cathedral treasure itself, which is largely composed of reliquary and liturgical devices. The important works of art originally belonged to the medieval furnishings of the cathedral and the monastery church of St. Luzi. They impressively illustrate the almost 1600 years of ecclesiastical cultural history from the founding of the diocese to the present day. On the other hand, the cycle of Renaissance death pictures from the Episcopal Castle is shown. It is the monumental cycle of death pictures from 1543 based on motifs by Hans Holbein the Younger, unique in Switzerland, a fascinating work compusating in 35 scenes.Discover the Domschatzmuseum with its two collections: On the one hand, this is the cathedral treasure itself, which is largely composed of reliquary and liturgical devices. The important works of art originally belonged to the medieval furnishings of the cathedral and the monastery church of St. Luzi. They impressively illustrate the almost 1600 years of ecclesiastical cultural history from the founding of the diocese to the present day. On the other hand, the cycle of Renaissance death pictures from the Episcopal Castle is shown. It is the monumental cycle of death pictures from 1543 based on motifs by Hans Holbein the Younger, unique in Switzerland, a fascinating work compensating on 35 scenes. registration: Tickets available online at stadtführungen.ch (payment by credit card) or at the Tourist Info, Chur station underpass (payment in cash in Swiss francs). Bookings are binding. Tickets will not be refunded or exchanged. preconditions: The tour takes place from 1 person. Registration until the day before 16.00 online or at the Tourist Info in the station underpass

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