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Ok statue next to the River Limmat. Tribute to an important Swiss Man. Tough to miss if walking along the river. I wouldn't make a special point to visit this statue unless you are well versed on Swiss culture and heritage.
The statue of Huldrych (Ulrich) Zwingli will be of limited interest to most tourists who visit Zurich. However, for those who have an interest in the history of the reformation, will enjoy seeing this statue of the man who initiated the Swiss-German Reformation in Switzerland...More
Well the title says it all, if you're not looking carefully you will miss this moment, overall is a poor statue, hidden in a corner.
If this is supposed be in honour of an important religious character it makes nothing for it.
As a reformed vicar, I don't like this Monument. Because there is much more to learn about a guy like Ulrich Zwingli, than you would think of: Not only a warrior (see the sword in his hand because of he died in the second war...More
He was very important for the religious history of Zürich. That's why Zürich is sometimes called the "Zwingli city".
There is not much to see here, but as part of the old town, the Wasserkirche etc it has a signifant meaning and fits in a...More