Frescoes on Hauptgasse in Appenzell village, Switzerland, Europe.
Intricate frescoes decorate buildings on Hauptgasse (Main Street) in Appenzell village, in Switzerland, Europe. On the right, the red Rathaus (built 1560-83) houses the city hall, Appenzell Museum, tourist office and library, on Hauptgasse (Main Street), in Switzerland, Europe. The Rathaus facade mural was painted by August Schmid from Diessenhofen (1928). Appenzell Museum shows a cross section of the Swiss Canton's history and culture (1400s flags and banners, embroidery, folk art, and even historic torture instruments). Appenzell Innerrhoden is Switzerland's most traditional and smallest-population canton (second smallest by area). This image was stitched from multiple overlapping photos.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download