Basel Muensterplatz Pisonibrunnen

The Pisonifountain was built in 1784. It is located on the Münsterplatz (Muenster Square) which features the Basel Münster, buildings from the late middle ages and some of the oldest buildings of Basel.

Copyright: Felix Hagemann
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Uploaded: 15/08/2011
Updated: 10/10/2014


Tags: switzerland; basel; muensterplatz; fountain; pisoni; pisonibrunnen; 1784
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