The most trademark locates in Lucerne is the Kapellbrücke, a secured wooden extension running corner to corner over the Reuss.
Aside from being a beautiful centerpiece for Lucerne, the extension, worked in 1333, is intriguing for the more than 100 seventeenth century pictures swinging from the rooftop rafters inside, delineating benefactor holy people and scenes from the town's history.
The Kapellbrücke was seriously harmed by flame in 1993, however, has been totally remade and reestablished.
Next to it is the octagonal Wasserturm, a thirteenth-century water tower more than 34 meters high and once part of the town's strongholds.
The extension and tower are among the most captured scenes in all Switzerland.