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Guided tour Chesa Planta museum


Guided tour Chesa Planta museum

The Museum of Domestic Culture was built in 1595 by the von Salis family as a stately patrician house.

To this day it is still considered the Upper Engadine cultural centre and a refuge for Rhaeto-Romanic culture. The building, the largest private house in the region and an impressive example of an Engadine aristocratic house, houses an important Romanesque library as well as the museum of home decor.

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Every Thursday

9. July 2020  15. October 2020

16:30 h
Chesa Planta, Samedan
free admission
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Chesa Planta Robert Grossmann
Mulins 2
+41 81 852 12 72