The Big Small Town (Zurich, Switzerland) Episode 2 from The Golden Compass on Vimeo.
Under the bridge Quailburcke the Zurichsee turns into the river Limmat and makes its way through the city. Both the lake and the river give Zurich it’s unique flair, showcasing its countless picturesque banks and waterfronts.
St. Peter is the oldest religious building in the city. The romanistique tower was given the largest clock face in Europe with a diameter 8.7 metres in 1534.
This church originally belonged to a Monestary donated by Louise the German. Until the reformation many or Europian royalty lived here in 1524.
The Swiss national museum displays the countries cultural diversity and documents. Swiss history from the stone age to the turn of the century.