The local church. Its architecture interested me; almost completely solid masonry with just arrow-slits for windows – it spoke to me of uncertain years of war and depredation: maybe just my fanciful imagination getting the better of me! 🙂
A cast metal model of the Minster. I’m standing among the trees to the right of the replica. 🙂
A close-up of the carved balustrade and the elaborate door.
Basel Minster, re-built in the 14th century by Johannes Gmund. A close up of the clock face and the sun-dial, plus the mosaic roof. As you can see the sun is late, the tardy thing!