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Basel Minster is one of the main sights and a landmark of the city of Basel in Switzerland. With its red sandstone construction and colourful roof tiles, its two slender church towers and the intersecting main roofs, the cathedral dominates the cityscape. The former episcopal church, now a Protestant Reformed church, was built between 1019 and 1500 in Romanesque and Gothic styles.

In front of Basel Minster is the square named after it, which is lined with many former canons' houses. In Basel German dialect, it is simply known as Minschter.

You can easily reach Basel Minster from the Hotel Odelya in 9 minutes by bike, just under 20 minutes on foot or in 14 minutes by tram.