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Time Warp: Univeristy District

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Switzerland | Basel

City Gate

Out of 30 gates in Basel, this one was the main entrance to the city.

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Switzerland | Basel

University of Basel

The first university in Basel was founded in 1460. Here, the main building of Basel’s University and it was built only on the 20th century.

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Switzerland | Basel

Time Warp: Town Hall

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Switzerland | Basel

Town Hall

This is where the Parliament makes decisions since the 16th century.

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Switzerland | Basel

Kleinbasel

Kleinbasel means smaller Basel because historically it has always been the smaller part of the city. Nowadays, it has grown a lot reaching the same size of Grossbasel which was the bigger part of Basel.

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Switzerland | Basel

Munster

The square is dedicated to the most beautiful cathedral of Basel, the Munster.

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Switzerland | Basel

Football Club

Basel football club was founded with an announcement in a newspaper.

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Switzerland | Basel

Barefoot Square

This bustling square is named after the barefoot Franciscan friars who founded the eponymous Barfüsserkirche (Barefooted Ones Church) here in the 14th century. Shops and restaurants abound in the surrounding lanes.

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Switzerland | Basel

Welcome to Basel

Discovering the city of Basel with a local guide Katja.

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Switzerland | Basel

Jungfrau Mountain Aerosol Research

Nik tells us about aerosol research of the University of Bern. An aerosol is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in air or another gas. Examples of natural aerosols are fog, mist, dust, etc.

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Switzerland | Jungfraujoch

Place des Nations UN

Granite slabs, in colors symbolizing the diversity of nations, and lanes of concrete alternately cover the floor. A dozen small water jets of different heights shoot up irregularly from the ground. In the centre of the square stands the ‘Broken Chair’, the symbol of the campaign against landmines.

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Switzerland | Geneva
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