After taking a boat tour of the lake I went to see this monumental sculpture it’s beautiful and sad, everyone here was quiet and reflective it feels like going to church very solemn but so very beautiful
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A quiet location within a few minutes walk of the lakeside and city centre - follow the signs for Löwendenkmal - with a superb carving of a lion set into the hillside and surrounded by a pool, trees, and gardens. In the January sunshine this...More
I heard bout lion of Lucerne monument from my daughter even before i visited Switzerland so we were very excited to visit it. It really was so realistic we jus dint want to move from there and i wud advise all travellers that this monument...More
Travelled with my family for 2 months and was delighted to return to Lucerne I had been there in 2009 with 3 friend. The Dying Lion is beautiful and sad at the same time and I recommend you hear the story that goes with the...More
I’ve been to this monument a few times and it’s always amazing. Some renovations were occurring so part of the view was obstructed depending on where you were standing. We were there early but it can become crowded with tour groups later in the day....More
This monument on the edge of town is worth a quick stop. I wouldn't say it's a must see but if you're wandering around that part of Lucerne go have a look.
This is a great monument. Not only is the art impressive, but its also a very nice monument to the fallen soldiers. The area is very nice. I would highly recommend as a must-see in Lucerne.