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Haus zum Rech in Neumarkt has a detailed 1:500 scale model of Zurich in 1800, based on the town plan of engineer Johannes Müller from the years 1788-1793.
Haus zum Rech in Neumarkt has a detailed 1:500 scale model of Zurich in 1800, based on the town plan of engineer Johannes Müller from the years 1788-1793. See what Zurich looked like 200 years ago, and compare with what you see around you to get a sense of the development the city has undergone over the years.
Neumarkt 4, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland
+41 44 266 86 86
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