Schaffhausen, Switzerland

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View of the shopping district
On special days in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, the street is blocked and we can only see many vendors with beautiful flowers, cheeses, fruits, tarts and small quiches. However, on regular days while cars are buzzing up and down the street, tourists are strolling in and out of the many enchanting shops with the lovely decorated windows, and checking out the small restaurants and cafes. As night falls, they are pleased to find fine hotels along the street.
Schaffhausen. a city in northern Switzerland is the capital of the Swiss Canton of Schaffhausen. The older section of the city has many fine Renaissance era buildings decorated with exterior frescos and sculptures, as well as the impressive old canton fortress, the Munot. A train chugs out of town on its way to the nearby Rhine Falls in Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Europe's largest waterfall, a busy tourist attraction.

Schaffhausen was a city state in the Middle Ages, documented to have struck its own coins starting in 1045. For a time it was under Habsburg domination, but regained its independence in 1415. It allied with Zurich in 1457 and became a full member of the Swiss Confederation in 1501. The first railroad came to Schaffhausen in 1857.

Schaffhausen is located on one finger of Swiss territory surrounded on three sides by Germany.
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