Lindenhof is the atrium of the Bodhi tree. As its name suggests, it is situated on a small hill covered by linden trees. It is a historic oasis and observation deck in the center of the city. With the Limmat River in the foreground, it is the ideal place to enjoy the sights of the Roman Cathedral from the right bank. Here you can often see some leisurely people playing chess while watching the scenery. Walk along the river, where you can quietly admire the high and low staggered old city ramps on the east bank of the Lema River, overlooking the lakes of Zurich and Zurich in the distance. Admire the three famous churches, along with the classical beauty of Zurich's traditional neighbourhood.
Zurich is the richest city in Europe and one of the most liveable cities in the world by UN-HABITAT for many years. Zurich was one of the first cities to be developed in Switzerland, and most of its buildings were built in the 19th century. According to archaeological gains, the city was home to signs of human activity in 3000 BC, and these remains of the Stone Age and Bronze Age remnants still remain on the Lindenhof hillside on the left bank of the Limmat River, Zurich. One of the most precious cultural heritage.
Since the middle of the 1st century, the Romans ruled this place and built bunkers and checkpoints on the hills of Lindenhof, which was then called Turicum. In the 5th century, the Alamanni took the Romans and became the owner of the land; in the 8th century, the German Charlemagne emperor began to build Zurich, and the Grosse Cathedral, one of the citys most important buildings, may have come from The hand of the German emperor.
Zurich | The richest city in Europe, "Meeting Wang Lichuan" Location
Speaking of Switzerland, I must mention Zurich. Those who like to watch idol dramas must know this, because Chinese girls are here to meet Wang Lichuan.
Of course, I have not met Wang Lichuan since I came here, but I have to admit that Zurich is really a fairytale city.
(Holiday) The sunbathing people on the square, the towering cathedral, and the quiet Limmat River...all everything, quiet and beautiful.
Let's board the Zurich Cathedral and the whole town has a panoramic view.
Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and the center of the economy and culture. Zurich is a representative city of the Swiss banking industry and one of the largest financial centers in the world. Since it is home to more than 120 banks around the world, more than half of which are foreign banks, it is also known as the European billionaire city.
I didn't go before I thought that it was a high-rise building, and the feeling of the CBD was everywhere. After the actual arrival, I found that the old city is an ancient city with good reservations and European style everywhere.
Zurich is one of the first cities to be developed in Switzerland. Most of its buildings were built in the 19th century, such as ancient churches, stations, city walls, museums, etc.
Zurich's streets are full of trams and wires, affecting a certain beauty, but I think this is the original Europe, my impression of the European metropolis is like this!
Zurich's night is also very quiet, many shops are closed, and there are not many pedestrians on the road, but the security here is very good, don't worry about going out alone.
Zurich is the capital of the Canton of Zürich and one of the more affluent cities in Europe. It is located in the northern part of the Alps, at the northwestern end of Lake Zurich, at the mouth of the Limmat and Lake Zurich. Zurich means “water town” in Crete. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Zurich became the cultural, educational and scientific center of Switzerland's main German-speaking nation. Zurich is located in the trade route from France to Eastern Europe and from Germany to Italy. It is also a water, land and air transportation hub. The industry and commerce have always flourished, especially in the silk industry, which is the center of the silk industry in the north of the medieval Alps.