Henry Dunant / Red Cross


Around Heiden

The Dunant village of Heiden, situated high above Lake Constance, embedded in a gentle hills intends to the Red Cross founder in many ways.

In addition to the Dunant Museum, his Memorial stands on the most beautiful location. The table for peace talks in the form of Red Cross invites to the senses. The Nagasaki Peace Bell on the right side of the museum cautions on the consequences of nuclear war. The village Heiden newly built in the Biedermeier style after a fire, is worth a visit.