The Paxmal is a peace monument built by Karl Bickel between 1924 and 1949, in Walenstadtberg above Walenstadt, in front of the Churfirsten mountain range Switzerland.[1]

The Paxmal Monument

The left wall depicts the earthly life: a human couple in its existence and development, love and procreation. The right wall is devoted to the spiritual life: the beings who are awakened, struggling, and which keep growing. [2]

Karl Bickel was a Swiss artist who worked for the Swiss Post as a stamps graphic designer.

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  1. ^ "Paxmal". graubuenden.ch. Graubünden Tourism. Retrieved 21 May 2021.
  2. ^ "Paxmal". schweizmobil.ch. SwitzerlandMobility. Retrieved 12 September 2021.

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Coordinates: 47°8′32″N 9°16′12″E / 47.14222°N 9.27000°E / 47.14222; 9.27000