Convent of Saint John in Val Müstair
The Val Müstair (German: Münstertal, Italian: Val Monastero) is a mountain valley in the Swiss Alps. It connects the Fuorn Pass, (2,149 m (7,051 ft)) with the Italian province of South Tyrol and the Vinschgau (914 m (2,999 ft)).
The Convent of Saint John is an ancient Benedictine monastery in Müstair village of Val Müstair, Switzerland, and, by reason of its exceptionally well-preserved heritage of Carolingian art, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983.
The twenty closest neighbours in the database:
Chur (Switzerland) (73 km), Fortress Museum Crestawald (75 km), Via Mala (75 km), Principality of Liechtenstein (91 km), Feldkirch (Austria) (94 km), Zugspitze (101 km), Innsbruck (Austria) (105 km), Bregenz (Austria) (112 km), Linderhof Palace (115 km), Bellinzona (Switzerland) (117 km), Ettal Abbey (119 km), Lindau (Germany) (119 km), St. Gallen (Switzerland) (124 km), Sirmione (Italy) (125 km), Wangen im Allgäu (Germany) (128 km), Langenargen (Germany) (130 km), Lugano (Switzerland) (130 km), Como (Italy) (135 km), Verona (Italy) (136 km), Meersburg (Germany) (150 km)