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UNESCO World Heritage

Monastery of St. Johann, Müstair

Since 1972, UNESCO has been honouring cultural and natural treasures across the world, to ensure they can be enjoyed for future generations to come. Graubünden has three UNESCO world heritage sites: the Monastery of St. John in Müstair, the Albula and Bernina lines of the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) and the Sardona Tectonic Arena. It is a great recognition, one that the people of Graubünden are committed to maintaining and persevering. Take a look at our fantastic World Heritage sites below.

The 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Graubünden

  • Sardona Tectonic Arena

    Striking jagged peaks and sharp lines, the Tschingelhörner above Flims Laax forms a particularly attractive part of the Sardona Tectonic Arena and has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2008.

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  • Albula and Bernina lines of the Rhaetian Railway (RhB)

    The Albula and Bernina lines of the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) have been UNESCO World Heritage sites since 2008. The railway lines are a feat of engineering, blending harmoniously into the landscape.

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  • Monastery of St. Johann in Müstair

    Devotion, contemplation and help is a 1200 year old statement characterising the life of a monk living in a Benedictine Monastery. Visit the monastery museum for a unique insight into this unique lifestyle.

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Viaducts – bold structures of the Rhaetian Railway

How do you get across a gorge? You build a bridge. Over 100 years ago, the railway pioneers of the Rhaetian Railway in Graubünden did exactly that. Yet the results are so much more than simple bridges, they are railway engineering masterpieces.

Find out more about viaducts
Landwasser Viaduct, Filisur

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