Left the Segantini Museum, I walked to the Berry Museum.
On the way to Berry Museum, I was through the front of the Engadiner Museum. Just got into the museum. The Engadine Museum is a folkloristic museum.
The museum is a 300-hundred years old Engadine style house.
Four-poster bed from Bergün, 18th century. Kitchen with fire plate and fireplace mantle. Gothic scissors chair and cleats chest, 15th century.
Peter Robert Berry (1864 – 1942) was a physician and painter from St. Moritz in the Canton of Grisons.
The Berry Museum, located in the centuries-old Villa Arona in the heart of St. Moritz, was established to display his works.
After the museum, I was walking around in the town of St. Moritz-Dorf aimlessly.
The leaning tower is a landmark dating back to the 12th century. It was part of the old Church of St. Mauritius, which was destroyed in 1893. Height: 33m. Inclination: 5.5 degrees.
The Chesa Futura was built by renowned British architect Lord Norman Foster and combines futuristic designs and traditional building materials. 250,000 larch shingles were used for the facade of the apartment building with 10 exclusive private residences.
The building of the old school-house now houses the St. Moritz library and upper secondary school. However, most students go to the modern and much larger school today.
It would be the time to come back to the hotel. Walked too long I was so tired. Here is the St. Moritz Town Centre Map.