Bern is located in the west of the middle of Swiss territory. It was designated as the capital of Switzerland in 1848, also known as the "Federal City" and the capital of Bern. The square in front of Bern City 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 Albert River. It is a large granite-built palace complex with offices of the Federal Departments on the left and right flanks and conference halls of the two houses of the Federal Parliament under the central dome.
Berne City Hall is a standard old building, far from the city, on the side of the Rhine River in the old city. The city hall was established in the early fifteenth century. It has a history of four or five hundred years. It is small in scale, but it is still representative.
Berne City Hall is an old building, located in the old city far from the Rhine River side, with the Berne Cathedral on both sides of the main street of the old city. There is a big gap between the appearance of the grand city hall and other cities, and there is no big difference between the appearance and other old buildings in the old city.
This is one of the most important buildings in Switzerland. It consists of two conference halls and a central hall. It is thick and strong. Parliament is held here to engage in political activities. The Federal Parliament Building is the seat of the Swiss government. There is a fountain show in the square in front of the building.
Located north of Kramer Street, it is a Gothic building built in the early 15th century. Now it is the seat of the state government. There is a small square in front of the door. It is estimated that there will be more lively entertainment activities. Now everything seems quiet.