Explore Alps Appenzell, Swiss Spots and more!

Explore related topics

Tandem-Paragliding mit der Flugschule Appenzell am Hohen Kasten #swissspots #switzerland #alps #appenzell #flying

Tandem-Paragliding mit der Flugschule Appenzell am Hohen Kasten #swissspots #switzerland #alps #appenzell #flying

We proudly present the cover of our new issue // stolz präsentieren wir das Cover der neuen Ausgabe. #swissspots #switzerland #magazine #spot #nature #mountains #event

We proudly present the cover of our new issue // stolz präsentieren wir das Cover der neuen Ausgabe. #swissspots #switzerland #magazine #spot #nature #mountains #event

Tandem-paragliding on Hoher Kasten with Flugschule Appenzell #swissspots #switzerland #freizeit #ferien #sport #flying #appenzell

Tandem-paragliding on Hoher Kasten with Flugschule Appenzell #swissspots #switzerland #freizeit #ferien #sport #flying #appenzell

The November/December Spot Showcase Photo Competition closes tonight! The three winning shots will be displayed in the next issue of Spot Magazine. Submit your most interesting and surprising shots of Switzerland and stand a chance to win a wonderful prize.  Enter here: http://spotmedia.ch/en/photography/

The November/December Spot Showcase Photo Competition closes tonight! The three winning shots will be displayed in the next issue of Spot Magazine. Submit your most interesting and surprising shots of Switzerland and stand a chance to win a wonderful prize. Enter here: http://spotmedia.ch/en/photography/

View of Uetliberg//Blick auf den Uetliberg #zurich #zurichspots #walk #swissspots #switzerland

View of Uetliberg//Blick auf den Uetliberg #zurich #zurichspots #walk #swissspots #switzerland

Prehistoric timber piles that date back to 1523 BC, were discovered next to the Seedamm.The first wooden footbridge led across Lake Zürich, followed by several reconstructions at least until late 2nd century AD when the Roman Empire built a 6 metres (20 ft) wide wooden bridge. Between 1358 and 1360, Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria, built a 'new' wooden bridge across the lake that was used until 1878. 2001 the reconstructed wooden footbridge was re-opened for the public. #swissspots

Prehistoric timber piles that date back to 1523 BC, were discovered next to the Seedamm.The first wooden footbridge led across Lake Zürich, followed by several reconstructions at least until late 2nd century AD when the Roman Empire built a 6 metres (20 ft) wide wooden bridge. Between 1358 and 1360, Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria, built a 'new' wooden bridge across the lake that was used until 1878. 2001 the reconstructed wooden footbridge was re-opened for the public. #swissspots

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search