May - Sept. 2017La Motta outdoor swimming pool is open from May to September.
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The Art and History Museum of Fribourg collects mostly artworks and historical objects that are either from the canton or have some connection with it.
The library preserves the printed and audiovisual heritage of the Canton of Fribourg. It highlights it by means of temporary exhibitions on themes ranging from manuscripts from the Middle Ages to contemporary photographic collections.
Converted into a cultural centre, Fribourg's old station contains a concert hall, an exhibition area, a documentation centre and a café.
Everyone in Fribourg knows the funicular as one of the town's curiosities. The line was opened in 1899 and links the town centre to the Basse-Ville (the lower area of the town).
Spend an hour weaving your way through the picturesque spots of the town of Fribourg and immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere of the Old Town with this guided tour.
L'Hôtel de Ville - City Hall - bears late-Gothic traits.
The work of world-famous architect Mario Botta.
Set in the City Hall Square, this is a true original sap from the ral lindentree planted nearby celebrating the end of "The Murten Battle".
The most significant construction in Switzerland in teh late 1930's, a successful synthesis of August Perret's Classicism and Le Corbusier's "New Architecture".
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