21 - Entschwil

Unterberg 3

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The coexistence of both Romand and Gothic inscriptions, is remarkable.

Built in 1699 by the master carpenter Niklaus Reber, son of Michel Reber. A special feature of the house is an inscription in early Gothic script alongside an inscription in Roman script. Other houses, also with both Roman and Gothic inscriptions, were built by Reber senior in Hasli and Moos (see houses 14, 17 and 22 in this guide). The windows have been replaced and enlarged.