Architectural Landmarks in the Lake Constance region

Lake Constance is the third largest freshwater lake in Europe and its shores are shared among Germany, Switzerland and Austria. It was formed by the Rhine glacier after the Würm glaciation about 10000 years ago. Nowadays, it is a well known tourism region for sightseeing, water sports and cultural events such as the Bregenzer Festspiele. Here are some of its architectural landmarks spanning more than 1000 years of history !

Paritätische Alte Kirche
Romanshorn
779
Fischerhäuser
Romanshorn
1670
Stiftskirche St. Gallus und Otmar
St. Gallen
1755 - 1767
Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen
St. Gallen
1758 - 1762
Ittinger Museum
Kartause Ittingen
1763 - 1767
Napoleonmuseum
Salenstein
1817
Textilmuseum
St. Gallen
1886
Sankt Johannes der Täufer
Romanshorn
1911 - 1913
Sankt Petrus Canisius
Friedrichshafen
1927 - 1928
Zeppelin Museum
Friedrichshafen
1929 - 1933
Sankt Nikolaus
Friedrichshafen
1945 - 1949
Geschäftshaus Schibenertor
St. Gallen
1950 - 1951
Kunsthaus Bregenz
Bregenz
1997
Moleturm
Friedrichshafen
2000
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