The one the Landsgemeindeplatz in Appenzell. This is where it all happens, every last Sunday of April… About 3 000 eligible voters … More
The one in Platzspitzbrunnen, the green triangular promenade where the Sihl and the Limmat rivers meet, nowadays known as the Landesmuseum [Swiss National Museum] … More
The one in Napfplatz, a once important busy town square. It has been sitting in this spot for more than 300 years, … More
Tessinerplatz, take 2
It was our fountain #122 – the one in Tessinerplatz. Different angle, different season…. Also, a very cold day.
Rebecca fountain, take 2
It was fountain number 72 (and one of my favorite fountains), right at the beginning of the Bahnhofstrasse. The blue … More
The one in Limmatplatz, where the Langstrasse – the red light district – ends. Limmatplatz is not your regular tram stop. During … More
Museum für Gestaltung Garden, take 2 – Arctic cold wave
It was fountain number 41, the one in the garden of the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich [Museum of Design Zurich]. Still bitterly … More
Presiding over the Banhnofstrasse, take 3: Arctic cold wave
It was fountain number 60, the one presiding over the Banhnofstrasse. You have seen in the peak of Summer and … More
The one in Limmatquai, in one of Zurich’s most traditional and historic spots. Built in the XVI century, it represents Samson (of Biblical Samson … More
Bellevue, take 3: almost buried under the snow.
It was fountain number 57, the one in Bellevue tram stop. I was also lucky enough to get it squeaky … More