<p><br> Known as the gateway to central Switzerland, the medieval city of Lucerne is home to the most photographed landmark in the country—the 14th-century Chapel Bridge, seen here bedecked with red blossoms. The city's baroque Jesuit Church, built in the 17th century, is seen on the right.</p>

Lucerne at Dusk


Known as the gateway to central Switzerland, the medieval city of Lucerne is home to the most photographed landmark in the country—the 14th-century Chapel Bridge, seen here bedecked with red blossoms. The city's baroque Jesuit Church, built in the 17th century, is seen on the right.

Photograph by Susan Seubert

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