Birdeye view of Stein am Rhein, Lake Constance between Germany and Switzerland with the Castle Hohenklingen in background. Copper engraving from Theatrum Helvetiae of Matthaeus Merian. by Matthäus Merian (*1593 - †1650)
"Stein am Rhein – Stenium ad Rhenum" by Matthäus Merian (*1593 - †1650)

On the Mountain of Saint George


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