Series: Schweizerische Kunstführer

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St. Martin in Zillis by Ernst Murbach20
Historisches Museum Basel: die Barfüsserkirche by Hans Reinhardt37
Kathedrale St. Gallen : ehemalige Benediktiner-Stiftskirche St. Gallus und St. Otmar by Albert Knoepfli78
Das Münster von Basel by François Maurer191
Magdenau by Bernhard Anderes204-205
Schauspielhaus Zürich : Kleine Geschichte des Theaters, Baugeschichte und Baubeschreibung by Dieter Nievergelt230
Entlebuch LU, Pfarrkirche und Kapellen by Heinz Horat270
Jesuitenkirche Luzern by André Meyer314
Reformierte Kirche St. Laurenzen, St.Gallen by Albert Knoepfli325
Wil, St. Nikolaus by Bernhard Anderes327
Kartause Ittingen by Hans-Peter Mathis333-335
Diessenhofen TG by Alfons Raimann380
Das Bundesbriefarchiv in Schwyz by Josef Wiget387
Die Schloßkapelle von Mammern TG by Beatrice Sendner-Rieger460
Die Benediktinerabtei Disentis (Schweizerische Kunstführer GSK Serie 53, Nr. 524/525) by Daniel Schönbächler524-525
St. Mauritiuskirche Goldach by Johannes Huber533
Weesen : Dominikanerinnenkloster und Bühlkirche by Bernhard Anderes535-536
Das Berner Münster by Christoph Schläppi538-539
La Collection du Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne [Guides de monuments suisses SHAS] by Catherine Lepdor559-560
L'église paroissiale de Monthey et la cure by May Rivier570
Kirche und Pfarrhaus in Wynau by Jürg Schweizer571
Pfarrkirche St. Kolumban und Konstantius in Rorschach by Johannes Huber574-575
Die Stadtkirche Aarau: Kunstführer, Farbraum, Erlebnisraum, Klangraum by Richard; Strasser Buser, Barbara; Bader, Christian; Ehrismann, Sybille576
Die Pfarr- und Wallfahrtskirche Klingenzell by Alfons Raimann580
Die Kirche Kleinhöchstetten, Kanton Bern by Zita Caviezel-Rüegg592
Küsnacht am Zürichsee by Jeannette Rüdisühli606-607
Kapelle St. Andreas in Buchs, Kanton Luzern by André Meyer614
Das Koster St. Georgen zu Stein am Rhein by Maria Becker633-634
Die Pfarrkirche St. Antonius in Rothenthurm, Kanton Schwyz by Markus Bamert636
Die Wallfahrtskirche Unserer Lieben Frau in Hergiswald, Kanton Luzern by Dieter Bitterli675-677
Das Basler Münster by Dorothea Schwinn Schürmann679-680
La cathédrale de Lausanne by Claire Huguenin695
Das ehemalige Kloster St. Johann im Thurtal Alt St. Johann im Toggenburg, Kanton St. Gallen by Daniel Studer709
Pfarrkirche Bruder Klaus und Kapelle St. Nikolaus in Oberwil, Kanton Zug by Laetitia Zenklusen720
Die Predigerkirche in Zürich by Dölf Wild759
Die reformierte Kirche St. Jakob am Stauffacher in Zürich by Sabine Fischer767
Das Opernhaus in Zürich by Christian Zingg802
Die Stadt Leuk by Kunsthistorisches Institut der Universität Züric823-824
Die Peterskirche in Basel Kanton Basel-Stadt by Brigitte Meles873
Celerina/Schlarigna, Kanton Graubünden by Ludmila Seifert-Uherkovich894
Die Kirchenfenster des Grossmünsters Zürich Augusto Giacometti - Sigmar Polke by Ulrich Gerster915

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