Swiss playwright and painter Friedrich Dürrenmatt lived from 1942 to 1946 as a student in the Dürrenmatt-Mansarde, his parents' attic on the Laubeggstrasse. The murals he painted here were later painted over and forgotten till the early '90s, after which they were uncovered and restored.
Laubeggstrasse, Bern, Switzerland
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The Bundeshaus (Federal Palace) is the seat Swiss Federal Assembly and Federal Council.
Bern Historical Museum(1.3 km)
The Bern Historical Museum has a collection of over 500,000 objects tracing the history of Berne from the Stone Age to the present day, as well as other artifacts from Asia, Oceania, and America.
The Zytglogge is a landmark tower built in 1218-'20 as a gate in the city walls.
The Child Eater Fountain, Kindlifresserbrunnen, is a stupefying 16th century sculpture by Hans Gieng.
Einsteinhaus is the flat on Kramgasse where Albert Einstein lived from 1903 to 1905 while working at the Bern patent office.
Swiss Alpine Museum(1.3 km)
The Swiss Alpine Museum is dedicated to the Swiss mountain range, covering all aspects including geology, glaciology, flora and fauna, cartography, folklore, tourism, and winter sports.
Zentrum Paul Klee(0.7 km)
The Paul Klee Centre is dedicated to Swiss-German artist Paul Klee, whose various works were influenced by different movements such as Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, and Abstraction.
Grand Casino Bern(1.3 km)
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