Let's have fun colouring
Do you know Türli and Flidari? The two rascals have visited the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and experienced many funny adventures traveling through Switzerland.
You are probably asking yourselves "What are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites"? These are places and regions, either with landscapes worthy of protection that are unique in the world, or places that play an important role in the history and culture of the people. These buildings and landscapes are to be handled well, so that future generations can still enjoy them.
The pictures of these trips are all not yet colorful. Therefore you can print them out here and colour them in. Türli and Flidari also explain to you why each place is so special why it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Have fun with it!
PS: If you want, you can also send us your drawings. We will then show your artwork to other children via our website, Facebook and Instagram. Please enter your first name and your age.
Postal address: World Heritage Experience Switzerland, Spitalgasse 4, 3011 Bern, Switzerland.
Three Castles of Bellinzona
The castles called Castelgrande, Montebello and Sasso Corbaro were important defensive structures in the Middle Ages between Switzerland and Italy.
Monte San Giorgio
Inside the "Monte San Giorgio" mountain, researchers have excavated and found ancient reptiles up to 240 million years ago. Even today researchers are still excavating new fossils.
La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle, Watchmaking Town Planning
The two towns on the border with France were built especially for watchmakers after a fire destroyed them at the beginning of the 20th century. Since they needed a lot of light to work, all streets and houses are aligned according to the course of the sun.
Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps
Near many lakes, archaeologists have found traces of pile dwellers. Among the well-preserved finds are for example jewellery or tools that are several thousand years old.
Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
Between the Canton of Bern and the Canton of Valais is a uniquely beautiful landscape with the largest glacier area in the Alps. About 90% of the area is covered by rocks or ice.
Swiss Tectonic Arena Sardona
Our Alps were created hundreds of centuries ago, only when the continents of Africa and Europe were pushed against each other. Nowhere else in the world today is it possible to see better how the mountains were formed than in the landscape around the Tectonic Arena in Sardona.