Domat is a municipality in the Imboden Region in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. Domat/Ems is first noted in 765 as colonia de Amede. Ems is the German name for the municipality, Domat is the Romansh call and for the reason that 1943 the authentic name has been the combination of both. Before 2017, the municipality became placed within the Rhazuns sub-district, of the Imboden district, after 2017 it become a part of the Imboden Region. It is located at the right bank of the Rhine river. Until 1943 Domat/Ems become called Ems. The Baselgia S. Gion Baptista/Church of St. John the Baptist and the Chaplutta S.
Peder/Church of St. Peter are indexed as Swiss historical past websites of countrywide significance. The parish church of S. Gion Baptista/St. John the Baptist turned into constructed at the Tuma Turera tower. This massive protect tower turned into integrated into the church from the preliminary production. In the early 16th Century it changed into rebuilt in a overdue gothic fashion and the massive timber carvings of the polyptych altars were brought at that point. The Chaplutta S. Pieder/St. Peter become constructed around 800 in a Carolingian fashion. It changed into constructed on the inspiration of a seventh-eighth Century church, on the east facet of the Tuma Casti tower.