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In 1190 Duke Berchtold V von Zähringen had built the castle Nydegg. After the extinction of the House of Zähringen, it came under the control of the city and was razed in 1268/70 by the inhabitants of Berne, after it became a free city. It...More
This is a church of the Reformed tradition with a small chapel but of great historical importance to the city of Bern. It is situated at the eastern edge of the old city, next to the bridge and the bear pit.
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The Nydegg Church sits on the grounds where Duke Berchthold of Zahringen founded the city of Bern in 1191. Legend states that Berchtold would name the city after the first animal he killed during a hunting expedition, hence the name Bern, or Bear in German....More