The Kunsthaus Zürich is the musuem of fine arts in the town of Zürich. The collections in the museum covers 4000 paintings, sculptures and installations, in addition photographs, videos,... The Kunsthaus Zürich is the musuem of fine arts in the town of Zürich.
After nearly four years of renovation under the direction of famed British architect Lord Norman Foster, the Dolder Grand emerged to reveal a shining synthesis of tradition and modernity. 10 years ago, on 3 April 2008, the first guest entered the new Dolder Grand.
Since the beginning of her career, Elena Moșuc has enjoyed great success at Zurich Opera House. Unforgotten are her performances as Queen of the Night, Lucia di Lammermoor, Zerbinetta, Norma or Gilda. Her last appearance in the 2014/15 season was as Luisa Miller. On 21 June she will return to our stage with a recital.
FIFA World Football Museum to host major exhibition at Hyundai Motorstudio Moscow For the duration of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, the Hyundai Motorstudio on New Arbat Avenue in Moscow will host a major exhibition staged by the FIFA World Football Museum.
Do you want to smell the scent of the tropics? Or admire the odd plants that grow there? Breathe in the smells of the Mediterranean? Admire the flowering alpine roses? The travel agency that can take you to these faraway holiday destinations is called the Botanical Garden of the University of Zurich.
The Haus zum Rüden (or for short: Rüden) building is the assembly hall of the Gesellschaft zur Constaffel and one of the historically notable buildings in Zürich, Switzerland. It is situated at the Limmatquai promenade in Zürich, Switzerland, opposite of the Münsterhof plaza respectively the Zunfthaus zur Meisen, and neighboured by the Zimmerleuten, Kämbel and Saffran guild houses.
Zürichhorn was formed mainly by the Hornbach stream, also known as Wildbach and Werenbach, which flows, as of today embedded into a concrete canal, between Tiefenbrunnen lido and the landing gate of the Zürichsee-Schifffahrtsgesellschaft (ZSG) into Lake Zürich.
The structure was a mighty fortification as well as an expression of power, and it represented the self-confidence of the city of Zurich. Schanzengraben has been an idyllic pedestrian zone since 1984, which leads from Zurich's Main Railway Station over a boardwalk and sandstone slabs to the lake.
The Uhrenmuseum Beyer (Beyer Watch and Clock Museum) is located in the heart of the city of Zürich, Switzerland and is one of the world's leading private museums dedicated to the horology. The museum is located on the lower level of Bahnhofstrasse 31, the main shopping boulevard.
The Schauspielhaus Zürich is one of the most prominent and important theatres in the German-speaking world. It is also known as "Pfauenbühne". The large theatre has 750 seats. The Schauspielhaus also operates three stages in the Schiffbau in the western part of Zürich, the Schiffbau/Halle, the Schiffbau/Box and the Schiffbau/Matchbox.
Sechseläuten – Zurich’s Spring Festival When in April the first flowers and trees start to bloom, the temperatures rise and the days become longer, the people of Zurich celebrate their traditional spring festival: Sechseläuten, or “Sächsilüüte” as it is known in local dialect.
The museum is part of the Department of Cultural Analysis of the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). The museum's four extensive collections (Poster, Graphics, Design and Applied Art) are of international importance. The Museum of Design is located in Zürich's Kreis 5, close to Zürich Hauptbahnhof.
The Museum tells the story of Zurich, the economic and industrial changes in the city leading to urban mobility and the development of the city transport network (ZKH). The museum visitor will find a new exhibition area with a continually changing programme and an equally active display for Trams.
Augustinergasse is one of the most beautiful historical, narrow streets in Zurich. With many well-preserved, colorfully painted bay windows, it provides an insight into the history of the city. In addition to better light, the bay windows provided above all the possibility to see who was at the door.
The Hallenstadion is a multi-purpose facility located in the quarter of Oerlikon in northern Zürich. It is home to the ZSC Lions of the National League and has a capacity of 11,200 spectators. Designed by Bruno Giacometti, it opened on November 4, 1939, and was renovated in 2004/2005.
Rote Fabrik (Red Factory) is a former factory in Zurich-Wollishofen that is now used as a music venue and cultural centre. It is so named because the buildings are made of red brick, but also because left-wing parties were part of the campaign to turn the location into a cultural centre.
Mythenquai swimming beach at Lake Zurich already opened its gates in 1922. Today, it has a 250 meter (820 feet) sandy beach and a spacious sunbathing lawn. Swimming is especially well suited for children with a non-swimmer area in the lake and a water games facility.
At Kulturama fossils, skeletons and relics (from hand axes to mummies) highlight the evolution of mankind and animals. The exhibition also focuses on the life of man from reproduction to death. It explains how the human body works and how it changes over the course of a lifetime.