The Hus Museum (Hus-Museum) is situated at the the Hus-Haus which was supposed to be the harbourage of Jan Hus before he got arrested in Constance. During my stay in Constance an historian told me, this is wrong. Jan Hus did probably stay in another building. The Hus Museum is worth a visit anyway.
The stone of Hus (Hussenstein) marks the supposed spot where Jan Hus was burned at the stake on 6 July 1415. Though the black boulder was named after Hus it also reminds of another victim burned at the same spot: Jerome of Prague.
The Bavarian Lion seen at the port entrance of Lindau. It is placed next to the lighthouse of Lindau. The Bavarian Lion is mentioned several times in the Bavarian coat of arms, for example the shield is hold by two lions.
The lighthouse was built in 1856 and is situated at the port of Lindau. Opposite the lighthouse one can see a sculpture showing the Bavarian lion. This historic centre of Lindau is actually an island but can be reached by car as well as train.