The one by the Limmat, on Schipfe. It is outside the building of Vagabunt, a shop with a vintage accessories for men. On each blinder, a quotation. On the left, Giovanni Battista Piranese: Ich muss grosse Ideen schaffe, und ich glaube, wenn … Continue reading →
The one in Schipfe, hidden between Christmas trees. It is in one of the most picturesque walks in Zurich, facing the Limmat and the Niederdorf. Not far from it, another highlight of Zurich – Louboutin shop.
The one in Beatenplaz, right next to Restaurant and Bar Movies. Beatenplatz is actually a quite nice place to sit outdoors during the Summer and have a gespritz, courtesy of Movies. Other than this, there are a few government offices … Continue reading →
The one in the entrance of Helmaus, an annex building of the Wasserkirche. If you remember fountain number 76, the one in Lindenhofstrasse, you might also remember Felix, Regula and Exuperantius, the patron saints of Zürich, who after being decapitated, miraculously stood … Continue reading →
The one in Limmatquai, in one of Zurich’s most traditional and historic spots. Built in the XVI century, it represents Samson (of Biblical Samson and Delilah fame), being officially known as Samsonbrunnen [Samson fountain]. But, Zürchers call it the Fischmarktbrunnen [fish market fountain], as it used to … Continue reading →