The Rathaus in Zürich is among the most significant cultural and architectural landmarks of the city. It is a symbol of power and prosperity of its inhabitants. This is that very building where there were the meetings of those who shaped the future of Zürich.
The Fraumünster Church is an acting Catholic church in Zürich that is notable for its centuries-long history. Moreover, the church is attractable by its glass paintings made by the well-known Russian artist Marc Chagall. His audacious compositions contributed a spirit of modernity to the old ensemble of the temple.
The Swiss National Museum was built in the 19th century. It is the largest facility in the country, which keeps a great amount of Swiss historical treasures – exhibits that tell the story of the country, in particular, the history of the development of national manufacturing, art, and craft.
The church Predigerkirche of the 13th century is one of the most significant churches in Zürich, which keeps a centuries-old history. Predigerkirche is a three-aisled temple that contains a minimum of attributes, but it always has an intense programme of events.