See also:town in the
See also:grand-duchy of Baden . It is built, at a height of 1303 ft. above the
See also:sea, on the S. or
See also:bank of the Rhine, just as it issues from the Lake of
See also:Constance to
See also:form the Untersee . The town communicates by steamer with all the places situated on the shores of the Lake of Constance, while by
See also:rail it is 30 or 31 M. by one or other bank of the Rhine from Schaffhausen (on the W.) and 22i M. along the S.W.
See also:shore of the lake from
See also:Rorschach (S.E.) . In 1905 it numbered 24,818 inhabitants, mostly German-speaking and Romanists . A
See also:bridge leads
See also:north over the Rhine to one suburb, Petershausen, while to the south the town gradually merges into the Swiss suburb of Kreuzlingen . It is a picturesque little town, with several noteworthy
See also:medieval buildings . The former
See also:church was mainly built Io69–1089, but was later gothicized; near the west end of the
See also:nave a
See also:plate in the
See also:floor marks the spot where
See also:Huss stood when condemned to
See also:death, while in the midst of the
See also:choir is the brass which covered the
See also:grave of Robert Hallam,
See also:bishop of
See also:Salisbury, who died herein 1417, during the council .
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