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Campus Galli

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Back to the middle age

To see this fascinating Campus, we needed to walk around 3,5 km along the forest. Prepare your... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2016
Gaganawati
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Tuttlingen, Germany
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Reliving the birth of (part of) Western European Civilization

Imagine you take the oldest surviving blueprint for the layout and construction of a monastery... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2016
ChrisJungen
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Bern, Switzerland
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24 Aug 2018
“Good experience for children”
21 Aug 2016
“Back to the middle age ”
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Reviewed 24 August 2018 via mobile

This is a very nice experience, similar to the Guedelon one in France; rebuild a village from middle age with middle age technics only. Children can learn a lot about because they can discuss, question, touch and see how it was. That’s great!!! Take time...More

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Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

To see this fascinating Campus, we needed to walk around 3,5 km along the forest. Prepare your walking shoes. After raining there are usually mud in some spots, bring an extra shoes or a plastic bag for your dirty shoes if you will go home...More

1  Thank Gaganawati
Reviewed 14 August 2016

I thought this place was great. The aim is to build a monastery to fit a 9th-century plan. That includes all the ancillary buildings and activities. So you can see smiths, beekeepers, potters, and carpenters busy at work using early medieval techniques. Guided tour recommended,she...More

Thank charleslincolnshire
Reviewed 4 July 2016

Imagine you take the oldest surviving blueprint for the layout and construction of a monastery around AD 800 (the famous "St.Gall-monastery-plan") and decide to rebuild it from scratch, using only tools and methods available back then in order to find out how it was done...More

1  Thank ChrisJungen
Reviewed 13 July 2015

We visited Galli recently, one teenager and three adults. It was most interesting and entertaining. they are recreating a 9th century monastery compound using only building methods and materials from that era. There are carpenters, stone masons, a black smith etc. There is even a...More

1  Thank susanahBlackCountry
Reviewed 27 August 2014

Entrance fee is 9,00Euro, which is cheap for this area. Free, ample parking close to the site entrance. My wife and I thought this would be a quick visit but actually spent 6 hours at the location. This project is still in the development stage...More

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