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The Basel Cathedral is a Reformed Protestant church that was originally built in 1019 as a Catholic Cathedral in Romanesque style.
The Basel Cathedral is a Reformed Protestant church that was originally built in 1019 as a Catholic Cathedral in Romanesque style. It has been damaged and restored several times since then. It has two ~62.5 metre tall steeples - the Georgsturm to the north, which has a 11th century base, and the Martinsturm to the south. The towers are named after Georg and Martin, saints of the knights.
The Pfalz viewing platform located near the Cathedral offers great vistas over the Rhine and the Wettsteinbrücke
The Museum of Cultures is an ethnographic museum with a collection of over 300,000 artifacts from Europe, Africa, Meso-America, Oceania, Indonesia, and Tibet, as well as historic photographs
The Basel Museum of Ancient Art and Ludwig Collection is one of the largest collection of antiquities in Europe, showcasing art from the 4th millennium BC to the 7th century AD
Kunsthalle Basel is a cultural space for art-related exhibitions, presentations and events
The Swiss Architecture Museum presents exhibitions on Swiss and international architecture, showcasing its socio-political impact and contribution to urbanism
The Basel Historical Museum is one of the most important cultural and historical museums in Switzerland, tracing the past 1000 years of the Upper Rhine region
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