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The Grauholz Monument commemorates the battle of Grauholz in 1798 between the Bernese army under Karl Ludwig von Erlach and the French Revolutionary Army under Balthazar Alexis Henri Schauenburg.
The Grauholz Monument commemorates the battle of Grauholz in 1798 between the Bernese army under Karl Ludwig von Erlach and the French Revolutionary Army under Balthazar Alexis Henri Schauenburg. It is a white Solothurn limestone pillar stump with a crown and Seid Einig (Stand Together) inscribed on the pedestal.
Sandstrasse 69, 3302 Moosseedorf, Switzerland
The Psychiatrie-Museum traces the development of the field of psychiatry since the Middle Ages
The Paul Klee Centre is dedicated to Swiss-German artist Paul Klee, whose various works were influenced by different movements such as Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, and Abstraction
Swiss playwright and painter Friedrich Dürrenmatt lived from 1942 to 1946 as a student in the Dürrenmatt-Mansarde, his parents' attic on the Laubeggstrasse
The oldest bridge on the Aare in Bern, the Untertorbrücke dates back to the 15th century
The Swiss Brand Museum is dedicated to renowned Swiss brands, from everyday products such Birchermuesli and Nestle to electronics and Swatch watches
Nydeggbrücke is a 19th century arch bridge over the Aare River, connecting the Weisses Quartier of the Old City to the new part around Bärengraben
The bear has been the symbol of Bern since the 12th century, and the Barengraben (Bear Pit) the bank of the Aare River has a sleuth of these furry mammals
The SOON Galerie features contemporary works by local upcoming artists as well as international painters
The Gerechtigkeitsgasse is a major street in Bern lined with 16th century buildings