Rorschach (Wahlkreis) is a constituency in the canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Wahlkreis (SFOS number 1722) has been established on June 10, 2001, totalling 40,454 inhabitants on an area of 50.37 km².
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Messestadion is an indoor sporting arena located in Dornbirn, Austria.
Tettnang Castle - usually referred to as Tettnang New Castle (Neues Schloss) - is one of three castles in the German town of Tettnang.
Ruppen Pass (el. 1003 m.) is a high mountain pass between the cantons of St.
Lauterach Transmitter is a broadcasting facility in Lauterach, Austria, located at (47°26′55″N9°42′10″E) .
The Henry Dunant Museum is a museum in the Swiss town of Heiden, to preserve the memory and legacy of Henry Dunant, the Founder of the Red Cross Movement, who died in Heiden in 1910, after receiving the first-ever Nobel Prize for Peace in 1901.
Crema Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Crema, Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Crema, northern Italy.
Burgruine Neu-Montfort is a castle in Vorarlberg, Austria.
The Subersach originates near the „Hehlekopf“ (1.700 m SL) and is a bigger river in the district „Zerwall“ in Vorarlberg.
The Staufen is a 1456 meter high mountain in the very western part of Austria. The mountaintop splits the two bordering cities, Dornbirn and Hohenems.
The Rorschach–Heiden railway (German: Rorschach-Heiden-Bahn, RHB) is a railway line and former railway company in Switzerland. It is a standard gauge mountain rack railway, using the Riggenbach rack system and is part of Appenzeller Bahnen.
Haselstauden (also known as Hazeltown) has been the fourth district of Dornbirn, Austria since 1902, when Dornbirn was given the status of municipality. It's also the city's northernmost district.
Neu-Ems Castle (German: Burg Neu-Ems or Schloss Glopper) is a medieval castle in Hohenems in the province of Vorarlberg, Austria. It was the fortification of the nobility Herren von Ems (Lords of Ems).