Zurich town hall attracts people to listen to singers at the entrance of the building. It is a nice building at the limmat river border. Old building and well maintained. I could not go inside...
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This is a nice, relatively small building that represents the City Hall. There are always singers and musicians at the outside main hall of the building playing, with the echoes from the building provide a beautiful background.
The Town hall is located on the Limmatquai, on the north side of the river. It is located in a lovely area and is a beautifully maintained building. It's one of many lovely buildings on this side of the river that is well worth a...More
The Town Hall stands on the banks of the river, an imposing structure in its own right. It used to be a marketplace earlier but today, the building is a seat of government. The gold designs all around are indeed a nice touch!
Lovely area with the old world charm, with beautifully maintained buildings. Could not go inside, but seeing it from the outside too is an experience.
The Zurich's Town Hall was built around 1797-98.Considerate as a seat of administration and political seat of canton of Zurich. It was built on a foundation anchored in the river Limmat. Is an integral part of the medieval town on the right side of Limmat....More
... but one of many. Late renaissance style, it is built on pillars on the Limmatt river, that makes it a bit special. And also very prominent on the Limmat outlook up from the lake. Being also quite different in style from most of the...More
Beautiful town hall. You can walk inside and take a look for free. For being over 500 years old, this building is in great condition. The statues on outside are of the king and queen who paid for the buildings and in the middle was...More
The Rathaus is directly on the Limmatquai on the Limmat and was built in 1694-1698 in the Renaissance style. This quarter of town was named for the town hall. The length of the visit is about 15 minutes.