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Basel massacre

The Basel massacre of Jews took place on 9 January 1349, as part of the Black Death persecutions of 1348–1350.

Following the spread of the Black Death through the surrounding countryside of Savoy and subsequently Basel, the Jews were accused of having poisoned the wells, because they suffered a lower mortality rate than the local gentiles from the pestilence. 318 kata lagi

History

Where to next?

The cases are being readied for another round of quick getaways.

Over the next few weeks and months, I’ll be heading to Switzerland, Sweden and France. 209 kata lagi

Europe

My Photo Album: Basel, Switzerland

In March 2017 I took to the skies once more to visit Basel, Switzerland for work. As it was a work trip there unfortunately wasn’t a lot of time for tourist things however I was blow away by it’s beauty. 14 kata lagi

Debt Free

The Miles Beneath Our Feet

Last year, as we gathered around the kitchen table, drafting our goals for the year,  we collectively decided we would track all of our hikes and those kilometers/miles we covered for one full year.  222 kata lagi

The Daily Drool: Cedric Itten

Midfielder Cedric currently plays for Basel. He has represented Switzerland at the U18, U19, U20 and U21 levels.

The Daily Drool

A Photo an Hour: 16 December 2017

Happy New Year friends! I hope you all had a good start to the year, whatever you were doing (I was in Geneva getting soaked – the heavens opened just before midnight!), and 2018 is an amazing one for every single one of you. 328 kata lagi

Life

Freiburg University Library

Freiburg University Library, 2015. Architect: Heinrich Degelo, Basel. A Modernist-Deconstructivist black diamond which sometimes can become a blinding mirror, too.

Interview with the architect: click here… 9 kata lagi

Art