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This Church is such a gem in the city of Zürich but somehow its mostly missed by people unlike the Grossmünster, Fraumünster and the St. Peter's. This Church doesn't go back so long like these other churches, it was built in the end of the 19th century (1893) as a Catholic Church. It was built by the Architect August Hardegger who was born in the middle of the 19th century (1853) in Luzern. He has designed many Churches and Liebfrauenkirche is one of them. As its a Catholic Church you can see some its a bit dressy. You can see some Mosaic works inside, some beautiful paintings and the nape of the Church is also very beautiful. When I happen to visit it there were people playing the organ and

Graffiti in Zürich

Graffiti is legal in Switzerland! In fact the city of Zurich has many areas where in people can go and spray Graffiti, like Obere Letten. I personally like Grafitti, for its colors, boldness and creativity, but its entirely a personal choice. I think by seeing the sprayed pictures you can have an idea what the society is thinking and what the thoughts of the youths or the sprayers are! It feels like you can almost try and read someones mind. I would presume people here like Graffiti as it must give a feeling of liberation, freedom, creativity and breaking the rules! Now let me break down this understanding of mine as per my experience and. I come from a sub continent and many of my Swiss/Wes