Pilatusberg
 

Pilatusberg

There's the Kapellbrücke, and then there's Mount Pilatus.

The "Dragon Gallery" outside of the viewing platform.

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019, Zoomable

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019, Zoomable

The "Dragon Gallery" is quite windy, so the icicles get small "wings".

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Kenko Extension Tube, Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

Closeup of one of the winged icicles from the windy "Dragon Gallery".

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Kenko Extension Tube, Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

The Klimsenkapelle on the Klimsenhornjoch. It used to be part of Hotel Klimsenhorn that stood a few meters away - but since the hotel was demolished in 1967 it's stood alone.

Built in 1856 - 1860 along with the hotel, it was inaugurated in 1861 as Transfiguration of Christ on Mount Tabor. The chapel was restored in 1974, and consecrated again in 1975. In 2002 it was listed on the list of monuments of the canton. A renovation was carried out in 2003 and in 2004 it was again consecrated by Abbot Berchtold Müller.

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019

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Pilatusberg, Switzerland 2019, VR