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The Centre Le Corbusier is dedicated to the works of renowned Swiss architect and urban planner Le Corbusier.
The Centre Le Corbusier is dedicated to the works of renowned Swiss architect and urban planner Le Corbusier. The pavilion at the Centre was designed by Corbusier to house his works, and is a Gesamtkunstwerk in which all the artistic elements such as architecture, furniture, sculptures, and paintings come together harmoniously.
The Chinese Garden in Zurich is a vibrant, lush park that was a gift from Chinese sister city Kunming in return for Zurich's technical help in the development of water supply systems there
The Heureka in Zürich-Seefeld is another of Jean Tinguely's kinetic art creations, featuring 5 different chimeraic units made from iron bars, steel wheels, metal pipes, wood wheels, metal pans and various electric motors
The Johann Jacobs Museum traces the history of global trade routes for commodities like coffee, cocoa, diamonds, cotton, tobacco, rubber and oil, and their place in the cultural zeitgeist
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The Kunsthaus Zurich is one of the major art museums in Switzerland, with 4000 paintings and sculptures along with a graphic collection of 95,000 watercolors, drawings and prints ranging from the 15th century to the present day
The Gottfried Keller Memorial on the west bank of Lake Zurich at Mythenquai was built to honor the 19th century Swiss writer and poet
The Thomas Mann Archives is dedicated to the works of Nobel Laureate Thomas Mann, presenting his library and literary estate of 30,000 manuscript pages, diaries, journals and letters