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Earthquake Exhibition "BergeBeben"

Ausstellung BergeBeben - BergeStürzen
Ausstellung BergeBeben - BergeStürzen

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Ausstellung BergeBeben - BergeStürzen
This Exhibition shows newly prepared insights into the topic of earthquakes in connection with the formation of mountains in the UNESCO World Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona.


The exhibition "BergeBeben - BergeStürzen" in the mountain village of Vättis explores the past and present earthquakes and landslides in the World Heritage cantons of Graubünden, St. Gallen and Glarus.

The connection between earthquakes, landslides and the formation of mountains, especially the Alps, is also addressed.

A highlight of the exhibition is the live transmission of recordings from seismic stations of the Swiss Seismological Service, a volume comparison of the largest regional landslides and impressive videos of rockfall, rockslide and landslide events.

Opening hours: April through November, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. December to March on request. Guided tours for groups on request. Free admission. Collection.


Individual visit: free admission, collection.

Guided tours for groups on request.


April to November, daily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. December to March on request. Guided tours for groups on request.


Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel

By train to Bad Ragaz, change to bus 451 (direction Vättis, dorf), stop Vättis/ Post, on foot it is about 5min to the "BergeBeben-Container" in the Calfeisenstrasse


Take the A3 to exit 12 Bad Ragaz. From Bad Ragaz continue on Pfäferstrasse in the direction of Pfäfers, from Pfäfers continue on Vättnerstrasse to Vättis Dorf (parking in the village).


Earthquake Exhibition "BergeBeben"

Calfeisenstrasse 7-1, 7315 Vättis

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