UNESCO World Heritage experiences

in the four-country region
UNESCO Fundstelle Unteruhldingen-Stollenwiesen © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Unteruhldingen-Stollenwiesen

The station discovered around 1864 lies immediately before the local situation of Unteruhldingen and extends south of the Ostmole. It lies on a alluvial cone of the Seefeld...

Museum at Turmhof

Museum with original presentation from the 1930ies, 2018 the old vitrines were restaurated. Objects from the pile-dwellings in Steckborn and Eschenz.
Backschaufel aus der Fundstelle Olzreute Enzisholz © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Olzreute Enzisholz

The Olzreute Enzisholz site is a typical example of a smaller Upper Swabian silting moor settlement. The settlement layers are an exceptionally well preserved example of the...

UNESCO Site Wollmatingen Langenrain

The site was discovered in 1881/82 by D. Nägeli, and shortly thereafter in 1882 he carried out the first excavations together with L. Leiner.
Abbey library in St.Gallen close to Lake Constance

Abbey Cathedral of St Gall, UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Abbey Cathedral of St.Gall, the abbey library and the surrounding monastery buildings - in short the St.Gallen Abbey District - was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site...
Rosgartenmuseum

Rosgartenmuseum

The Middle Ages lives in the heart of Constance. The former butchers’ guild house of 1454 contains unique and faithfully preserved halls, rooms and works of art from the...

UNESCO Site Enge Alpenquai

This exclusively Late Bronze Age settlement has a large variety of organic materials. Several settlement phases occupied this site until the end of the pile dweller period.

UNESCO Site Große Stadt Kleiner Hafner

This is the oldest known pile construction site. Originally an island, Egolzwil was repeatedly inhabitated into the Late Bronze Age.

Roggenburg Monastery

For more than 800 years, the Premonstratensian religious order has lived and worked in Roggenburg where the monastery complex and gardens shimmer in newly renovated splendor....