The huge green dome of the Capitol and the tall city hall building on the square next to the church tower looks small. Many of the buildings themselves have a very quiet Gothic style, very aristocratic low-key perseverance. By the fountain It’s said that this city hall was once a place where others trained to be leaders. It’s also a very noisy practical function.
Bern’s city hall is next to the cathedral, a small three-story building, with spiral staircases on both sides that can go directly to the second floor. I walked into the ground floor of the city hall. This is a public welfare venue. There are some stalls selling goods next to it. Only an elderly person guards the door.
The city of Berne is located to the west in the middle of the Swiss territory. It was designated as the capital of Switzerland in 1848, also known as the "Federal City" and also the capital of the Canton of Bern. The square in front of Bern’s Town Hall is the best-preserved medieval square in Switzerland. The Federal Government and the Federal Parliament are located in the copper-green Federal Building on the north bank of the Aar River. This is a group of large palace-like buildings made of granite. The left and right wings of the building are the office buildings of the federal ministries, and under the middle dome is the Federation. Chambers of the two houses of parliament.
The buildings here are grayish and very solemn
The seat of the local government, very quaint building