Dating site in rech
Landmark works of Mirò, Max Ernst, Magritte, and Salvador Dali represent the Surrealist artists, and Matisse is featured both as a sculptor and painter.As you might expect, there are numerous works from the Dada school, begun right here in Zürich.Zurich's tradition of liberal thinking and active intellectual life attracted leading figures that included Georg Büchner, Vladimir Lenin, James Joyce, C. Jung, and Thomas Mann, and this tradition continues into modern times.Although it buzzes with business activity, Zürich is one of the finest Swiss towns to visit and is perfectly arranged for sightseeing on foot.The 13th-century Grimmenturm, at number 27, was originally a residence.In these streets, you'll find antiques shops and boutiques, as well as cafés and restaurants.
Spiegelgasse runs east into the Neumarkt, where you'll find the Shoemakers' Guild House, now a theater, and the Hans zum Rech, dating from the Middle Ages and showing how decorative styles changed over the centuries.
Between the Bahnhofstrasse and the left bank of the Limmat, the western half of Zürich's old town is where the Romans built their fortified settlement, in what's now the quiet tree-shaded Lindenhof.
From its terrace is a beautiful view of the old town.
Entire collections cover works of gold- and silversmiths, textiles, costumes, metalwork, jewelry, watches and clocks, scientific instruments, rural life, carriages and sleighs, musical instruments, crafts, and industrial antiquities.
The medieval wall paintings are particularly interesting, as is the collection of old stained glass.