Maison Farel, or Farel House, is a historic building in Biel/Bienne that holds significant cultural and religious importance. Named after the renowned Reformation figure William Farel, the house stands as a memorial to his contributions to the Protestant movement in Switzerland.

The house dates back to the 16th century and is a well-preserved example of late Gothic architecture. Its charming facade and ornate details reflect the architectural style of its time. Today, Maison Farel serves as a museum and cultural center, providing visitors with insights into the life and works of William Farel and the history of the Reformation in the region.

Inside the museum, visitors can explore exhibits that include documents, artifacts, and multimedia displays, shedding light on Farel’s teachings and the impact of the Reformation on Biel/Bienne and Switzerland as a whole. The museum also hosts lectures, workshops, and events that foster a deeper understanding of the historical and cultural significance of Maison Farel.

For history enthusiasts and those interested in the Reformation period, Maison Farel offers a captivating journey through time and an opportunity to learn about the religious heritage of the region.

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