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Benedictine Convent of Saint John Mustair, Mustair
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Benedictine Convent of Saint John Mustair is located in Mustair. Put Benedictine Convent of Saint John Mustair on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Mustair tourist route planner.
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Da non perdere! E’ situato poco oltre il confine della Svizzera. Molto ben tenuto, curato. Gli ambienti interni sono ben conservati, curati nei minimi particolari. E’ uno dei conventi più studiati d’E... read more »Not to be missed! It is located just beyond the border of Switzerland. Very well maintained, landscaped. The interiors are well preserved, cured in every detail. It is one of the most studied convents in Europe, cultural asset by UNESCO, Carolingian-plan and architectural elements from different historical periods (first Romanesque, Romanesque, Gothic, ...). Beautiful wall paintings inside the Church adjacent to the monastery with a loop and Carolingian frescoes on subjects taken from the old and New Testaments. For those who appreciate the art is a little treasure. If you don't speak German difficult to enjoy a guided tour, but you can visit well alone according to the pamphlet that is given at the box office. From the monastery can be reached easily by bus with the venosta card. You can always continue from there by bus up to Zernez through delightful towns in Switzerland and enjoying a beautiful panorama. From Zernez natural park trails and Red Swiss railway trains. Agree though, if you go over the monastery, find out about the advantageous rates (daily ticket discounts, etc.) in Switzerland to avoid heavy "bloodletting".show original
Эта функционирующая бенедиктинская церковь предположительно была заложена еще Карлом Великим. Сейчас благодаря цветным римским фрескам, украшающим ее интерьер, она внесена в список всемирного культурн... read more »This functioning Benedictine Church was supposedly founded by Charlemagne. Now thanks to the coloured frescos decorating its Roman Interior, it has been included in UNESCO's World Heritage list, among the images that you can see here, the dance of Salome, the martyrdom of St. Stephen. The atmosphere of the Church, the cemetery and the adjacent courtyard where worth to come hereshow original
Gli affreschi di epoca carolingia sono veramente molto interessanti. Si potrebbe però migliorare la fruibilità delle visite guidate per i turisti.Carolingian frescoes are really very interesting. You could, however, improve the usability of the guided tours for tourists.show original
Charming. Worth a quick stop if you happen to be passing.
Michael WeisskopfThe UNESCO World Heritage site St. Johann in Müstair makes the past come alive. Important: Ask for times of the tours in advance!show original
Manuel OberbacherFabulous!! Still in a good conditionshow original
Thomas FelscherinInteresting tour, but expensiveshow original
Expensive but worth the money
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