Seestrasse 395, 8038 Zürich, Switzerland
About Rote Fabrik
Rote Fabrik is a former factory in the Wollishofen neighbourhood of Zürich, Switzerland. It 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.
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Strandbad Mythenquai is a public bath in the Swiss municipality of Zürich, being part of the historical Seeuferanlage promenades that were built between 1881 and 1887. The bath is situated at Mythenquai respectively between the Enge and Wollishofen quarters at lower the Zürichsee lake shore on the left bank in Zürich.
Rieterpark is Zurich's largest and most impressive landscaped garden. The park and associated villa were created in 1855 and acquired in the late 19th century by the industrialist Rieter family from Winterthur. It has some lovely little secret corners as well as two stately villas which now house the Rietberg Museum.
The Chinese Garden is classed as a temple garden and is one of the highest-ranking gardens outside of China. It is located right by the lake at the Zürichhorn and was a gift from the city’s Chinese partner town of Kunming. At the center is a pond with a small island, pavilions and even a small palace on the banks.
The Pavillon Le Corbusier is a museum in Zürich, designed by and dedicated to the famous Swiss architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, best known as Le Corbusier. It is the last building designed by Le Corbusier marking a radical change of his achievement of using concrete and stone, framed in steel and glass, in the 1960s created as a signpost for the future.
Museum Rietberg Zurich is dedicated to masterworks from Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania. At the core of its worldwide acclaim are special exhibitions focused on these international cultures. It was established in 1952 and is situated in the serene Rieter Park, with views of the city and the Alps.
The E.G. Bührle Collection is one of the most prestigious private art collections. It comprises medieval wood carvings and paintings by the old masters, but above all works by French artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. This art museum was established by the Bührle family to make Emil Georg Bührle's collection of European sculptures and paintings available to the public.
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