Architectural Landmarks in Baden

Baden, in the canton Aargau, is a city with a population of around 20,000. It is located slightly more than 20km from Zürich on the banks of the river Limmat. Its history goes back to the 1st century AD, when the Romans began to use the warm thermal springs in what was then named Aquae Helveticae. Today, the architectural landscape of Baden is a harmonious blend of its historical roots and modern aspirations and a diverse range of architectural styles can be experienced. From the ancient Roman baths through elegant Belle Époque buildings to the new thermal baths by world renowned architect Mario Botta, a captivating journey through time and design awaits !

Hotel Blume
15th century, extension 1872
Limmathof
1834 - 1835, extension 1846
Inhalatorium
1835 - 1836
Hotel Schwanen
1842 - 1897
Bahnhof Baden
1847
Villa Langmatt
1906
Trafo-Komplex
1942 - 1956, 2002 - 2005
Kurtheater
1952, extension 1965
Berufsbildungszentrum
1952, 2006
BT-Hochhaus
1962 - 1968
Katholische Kirche St. Michael
1963 - 1966
Historisches Museum Baden
1985 - 1992
Power Tower
1996 - 2002
Limmatsteg
2007
Industrieareal Merker
2009
Belétage Baden
2012 - 2015
Wellnessbad Fortyseven
2018 - 2021
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