The one in Tessinerplatz, right in front of Enge train station. It is the work of local artist Horst Bohnet, and made of a special type of granite. It symbolizes the Alpine crest as seen from Lake Zurich. On … Continue reading →
It was fountain number 60, the one presiding over the Banhnofstrasse. You have seen in the peak of Summer and covered in snow. But, today Frau T. found another angle to this fountain on her way to the Hauptbanhnof. It … Continue reading →
The one in the Stadelhofen Passage, a mini outdoors mall next to the Stadelhofen train station. Other than being a major transport node, Stadelhofen train station is better know for being the first big international commission of Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. I … Continue reading →
The one in Eglisau train station, a small village of 4400 souls exactly 31 minutes away from Zurich and even less to the German border. Its location on along both sides of the Rhine river made it of strategic importance, … Continue reading →
The one in front of Küsnacht’s train station, a wealthy suburb of Zurich. While this fountain seems a bit demure and run down, the rest of the village looks expensive and well kept. Famous people call Küsnacht home: Tina Turner is a resident … Continue reading →
The one next to Bahnhof [Train Station] Wiedikon, a very busy train station in the middle of a very busy juntion with very busy people walking by. Very close to it, one of my favorite bars in Zurich, Devi’s Peal Bar.