The Chesa Planta in Samedan, the former ancestral seat of the von Planta and von Salis families, is today considered to be the Upper Engadine cultural centre and a refuge for Toroman culture. The building, the largest private house in the region and an impressive example of an Engadine aristocratic house, houses an important Romanesque library as well as the museum for home decor:
How nobly one lived in the Engadine in the 18th and 19th century is shown here as a historically grown ensemble of building and equipment. The museum thus offers its visitors an authentic insight into aristocratic life as a reflection of the European aristocratic lifestyle: the historical living situation of a noble family presents outstanding objects such as a state room, a tower oven and door paintings. All of the utility objects on display were in fact used by the families who owned Salis and Planta.
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