8053 Zürich, Switzerland
Loorenkopf tower is a 33 m high freestanding wood lattice tower on Adlisberg, north of Witikon in Zürich which was built in 1954. The views from the tower are truly mesmerizing and it gives a wonderful experience of natural beauty.
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A beautiful wooded mountain which was located in the heart of Zurich. Its highest point is about 200 metres above the Lake Zürich. The mountain range is part of a chain of hills — among them Käferberg, Forch, and Pfannenstiel — between Greifensee and Lake Zürich.
The headquarters of FIFA is a distinctive complex in Zürich. The complex has served as the official headquarters of FIFA since its completion in 2006. It is located on the Zürichberg, a wooded hill in District 7. As well as offices, the complex includes a fitness center, a meditation room, geographically themed parks, and a full-size international football pitch.
The Zurich Tram Museum offers a great rainy day activity for kids. The museum is essentially a large garage bay that holds several historical models of Zurich’s trams. As soon as you enter the museum, your child is given a ticket that they can validate in a machine. Then you can make your rounds getting in and looking at all the old Zurich trams.
One of the best zoo in Europe and it has a collection of 2,200 specimens of 300 species by its seventy-fifth year. The zoo is located in the heart of Zurich and is easily accessible from all parts of Switzerland. There are also so many events taking place where all the animals are performing.
The Zürichberg is a wooded hill rising to 679 m, overlooking Lake Zürich and located immediately to the east of the city of Zürich, Switzerland, between the valleys of the Limmat and the Glatt rivers. Its highest point is about 270 meters above the Limmat and it is part of a chain of hills, such as Käferberg, Adlisberg, Forch, and Pfannenstiel, between the Greifensee/Glattal and Lake Zürich.
The Botanic Garden of the University of Zurich, part of the Institute of Systematic Botany, serves research, teaching, public education, and recreation. About 9’000 plant species are cultivated on the grounds. A special goal is to have a good representation of worldwide plant diversity, European plants, and special collections, which are built up and maintained by research groups, such as water plants and primitive flowering plants.
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