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Zurich City Guide


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Zurich
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  · Excursions

Alpine Resorts
Bernese Oberland
Zermatt/Matterhorn

Swiss Tour
Chillon Castle
Rhine Falls
Downtown Zurich, Switzerland: Grossmünster, Helmhaus, Wasserkirche
Zurich: Grossmünster (Romanesque cathedral), Helmhaus, Wasserkirche


Sightseeing / Landmarks

Statue of Charlemagne in Zurich's Grossmünster Abbey
Grossmünster Abbey (built 1100 - 1225): statue of emperor Charlemagne (742-814) who is said to have founded an earlier church at the place
Windows in Zurich's Fraumünster Abbey, painted by Marc Chagall
Fraumünster Abbey (13th to 15th century) with windows painted by Marc Chagall (1887-1985)
Zurich: ETH building
Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule ETH
[Federal Institute of Technology],
designed by Gottfried Semper
and Johann Caspar Wolff
Zurich: townhall (1694-98; late Renaissance / early Baroque style)
Townhall (built 1694-98 in late Renaissance / early Baroque style)
Zurich: guildhalls
Guildhalls
Zurich: Centre Le Corbusier
Centre Le Corbusier
Zurich, Bahnhofstrasse: sculpture by Max Bill
Bahnhofstrasse: sculpture by Max Bill




Concerts & Festivals

Classical/Symphonic Orchestras Festivals


Theatre / Opera

Theatre / Play House Opera House  


Museums

Arts & Music Nature & Medicine History &
Ethnology
Various


Local History



Local Traditions



Events

Folklore, Arts & Music Sports

Excursions

  • Üetliberg hill


information Zurich Tourist Office



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