With a population of over 400000, Zürich is Switzerland's largest city. Founded by the Romans in 15 BC, and then named Turicum, Zürich is a city known for its rich cultural heritage. From historicist museum buildings to modernist skyscrapers, the city boasts a diverse range of architectural landmarks. In this series, I'll explore some of the most notable buildings in Zürich, and delve into the history, design, and cultural significance behind each one. Whether you're an architecture enthusiast, a history buff, or simply in search of a great photo opportunity, this guide is sure to inspire you. So join me as we discover the architectural wonders of Zürich!