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Elisabethenkirche
Switzerland

Elisabethenkirche is located in the center of Basel, Switzerland. Built between 1857 and 1865 in neo-Gothic style, is the first Protestant church to be built in Basel, after the Reformation, and it is the most important church in Switzerland, in its style. The tower is 70.5 meters high and can be climbing.

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