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Fontanapark Chur Vor Denkmal
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Der Fontanapark ist der Stadtpark im Herzen von Chur. Er liegt am westlichen Eingang zur historischen Altstadt. Der Park ist benannt nach dem Bündner Freiheitshelden Benedikt Fontana, dem im Park eine Statue gewidmet ist. Benedikt Fontana wird in Graubünden als Nationalheld hochgelebt. Er starb 1499 bei der Schlacht an der Calven. In dieser Schlacht übernahm Benedikt Fontana kurzerhand die Befehlsgewalt der Bündner Truppen und führte diese zum Sieg gegen die Habsburger.

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Uploaded: 29/06/2011
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