Installed in a wooden house built in 1780 that is typical of the Singine district of Fribourg, the Singinois Museum tells of the region's life and culture over the centuries.
A popular museum with the collection of Pius Käser who was a farmer, writer, collector and searcher.
In May 1906 almost the entire village of Plaffeien was destoryed by fire. The Catholic parish church was rebuilt and inaugurated in 1910, and ist the largest neo-Romanesque church in Canton Fribourg.
The co-operative "Straw weaving studio" was founded in 1988. Today four women are employed part-time. They create hats in the fashion of the Swiss Traditional Costumes.
Culture does not stop in the kitchen and the cellar of Ueberstorf House; guests experience culture first-hand.
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