The Bundeshaus (Federal Palace) is the seat Swiss Federal Assembly and Federal Council

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Bundeshaus, Bern

The Bundeshaus (Federal Palace) is the seat Swiss Federal Assembly and Federal Council.

The Bundeshaus (Federal Palace) is the seat Swiss Federal Assembly and Federal Council. Completed in 1902, it has a central domed hall with symbolic references to Swiss history, between the 2 parliamentary wings. Highlights include the stained glass windows illustrating economic activity in the regions and statue of the Three Confederates. The Federal Palace presents a light and sound show in autumn as part of ‘Rendez-vous Bundesplatz’. Guided tours are available when the Parliament is not in session.


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About Bundeshaus

 Bundesplatz 3, 3005 Bern, Switzerland

 +41 31 322 87 90

 www.parlament.ch

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