Suworow-denkmal

4.75 Votes
  • Address: 6490 Andermatt, Switzerland
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  • Phone: +41-418887100
  • Tags: Historical Site, Monument, Family And Kids

Suworow Denkmal is a historical monument carved in stone. This monument is dedicated for the fallen Russian soldiers. You should visit this monument to explore the history associated with this monument. The surrounding view of the mountains is beautiful. The painting, the writings on the walls are beautiful and depict the history associated with this monument. Guides are available to assist you throughout the tour. However during winters, this monument is not accessible due to snow, so if you wish to visit this monument avoid winters. This is a must watch for you to spend some time relieving the history.

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  • Suworow-denkmal Address: 6490 Andermatt, Switzerland
  • Suworow-denkmal Contact Number: +41-418887100
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  • 23.81% of people who visit Andermatt include Suworow-denkmal in their plan

  • 80% of people start their Suworow-denkmal visit around 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Suworow-denkmal

Thursday, Friday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Suworow-denkmal

People normally club together Tellskapelle and Katholische Kirche Sagogn while planning their visit to Suworow-denkmal.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Suworow-denkmal Reviews & Ratings

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  • Many brave men fell here. I hope that will never happen again.

  • Magical place.

  • Good historic Swiss monument to visit

  • This monument honors Alexander Suvorov, a Russian military who is considered a hero by many. In 1799-1800 he crossed the Alps in order to join the Russian forces already in Switzerland and help drive the French out. Unfortunately I can't read Cyrillic characters but if you can, I have posted a photo! This monument is within walking distance from the Devil's Bridge so you can visit two interesting places in one trip.

  • A must-visit place for everyone, this is where the crucial battle has happened, one of the reasons why Switzerland is nowadays an independent country rather than a part of France. All thanks to Russian's kicking Napoleon's ass right here on this bridge. Breathtaking views, great memorial.

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