Chapel Bridge

The Chapel bridge is considered one of the most prominent landmarks of the Swiss city of Lucerne, and it is an ancient historical archaeological bridge dating back to the fourteenth century AD, and is characterized by its wonderful traditional design; it is covered by wood from the top, knowing that visitors and tourists can walk on Bridge, and enjoy the wonderful views.

Swiss Transportation Museum

One of the most important museums in the city is the Swiss Transport Museum (English: Swiss Transport Museum), which is a large museum, with a huge area of ​​nearly 20,000 square meters, and many pieces that express the history of transport and technology in Switzerland are displayed inside, knowing that visitors can, Tourists roam the museum’s facilities and see its wonderful collections.

Lake Lucerne

Lake Lucerne is the fourth largest lake in Switzerland, and one of its most beautiful lakes. It is surrounded by picturesque mountains and a number of waterways similar to the strait. It should be noted that visitors and tourists can board private boats to embark on a wonderful exploratory tour of the lake, with the aim of exploring its monuments.

Glacier Park

The Glacier Garden is an open natural historical museum that includes many rock formations and ice pits that were discovered in 1872 AD, and whose history dates back to the Ice Age. The garden also contains wonderful collections of flowers and ancient trees, knowing that That visitors and tourists can wander in the garden, and enjoy the atmosphere and the wonderful landmarks in it.

The Samloong Rosengart Museum

The Sammlung Rosengart Museum is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Lucerne, as it is housed in a classical architectural style building, and inside it contains many artworks including paintings, drawings, and photographs of famous artists, such as Kandinsky, Matisse, Modigliani, Monet, and others.

The Lion Monument

The Lion Monument is considered one of the most prominent historical monuments in the city of Lucerne, and it is carved in the form of a lion measuring about 10 meters in length, where it was finely carved into the rocks by the sculptors Lucas Ahorn in 1820 AD in order to commemorate the Swiss dead who defended the king Louis XVI during the French Revolution.

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