The Munot Fortress is Schaffhausen's best known landmark looming over the city and the Rhine River. The circular fortress was built between 1564 – 1589 by Schaffhausen locals under mandatory labor. Walking into the fortress is an eery feeling as it's stone walls are dimly lit with only small traces of daylight squeezing in. Once you made your way up the circular path of the fortress walls you are treated to a view of Schaffhausen and the Rhine River. Surprisingly, admission is free. If I had to pick one favorite sight in Schaffhausen, it would be the Munot Fortress.
|Title||Auf Des Munots|
|Subtitle||The Bells Of Munot|
|Not available in||Switzerland, Germany, United Kingdom|