Rieterpark

Zürich

Zürich › West: Hardbrücke

Zürich › West: Hardbrücke

Zürich (Kreis 4) / Hard: Kreis 5 - Primetower

Zürich (Kreis 4) / Hard: Kreis 5 - Primetower

Zürich: Uetliberg - Zürichsee

Zürich: Uetliberg - Zürichsee

Zürich: Prime Tower - KV Zürich Business School - Hardbrücke

Zürich: Prime Tower - KV Zürich Business School - Hardbrücke

Zürich: Schweighofstrasse

Zürich: Schweighofstrasse

Zürich: Hotel Alexander

Zürich: Hotel Alexander

Zürich: Zoo Zürich

Zürich: Zoo Zürich

Zürich: Boot Zurisee

Zürich: Boot Zurisee

Zürich: Zoo Zürich

Zürich: Zoo Zürich

Zürich: Dolder Sports

Zürich: Dolder Sports

Zürich: ETH Zentrum

Zürich: ETH Zentrum

Zürich

Zürich

Zürich: ETH Zürich - Technopark - Zürich, Zürich HB - Schweizerisches Nationalmuseum - Universität Zürich - Uetliberg

Zürich: ETH Zürich - Technopark - Zürich, Zürich HB - Schweizerisches Nationalmuseum - Universität Zürich - Uetliberg

Zürich: Hardturm Richtung Bern

Zürich: Hardturm Richtung Bern

Zürich: Panorama

Zürich: Panorama

Leutschenbach: Gebäude des SF

Leutschenbach: Gebäude des SF

Zürich › Nord: KV Zürich Business School - Hard One - Best Carwash - Hardbrücke - Escher Wyss - Schiffbau - Jumbo compact Zürich - Abaton

Zürich › Nord: KV Zürich Business School - Hard One - Best Carwash - Hardbrücke - Escher Wyss - Schiffbau - Jumbo compact Zürich - Abaton

Zürich: Grossmünster - Zürichsee - Zurich town hall - Helmhaus - Limmat

Zürich: Grossmünster - Zürichsee - Zurich town hall - Helmhaus - Limmat

Zürich (Kreis 6): Landesmuseum - Erweiterungsbau

Zürich (Kreis 6): Landesmuseum - Erweiterungsbau

Zürich: Livespotting - Uetliberg

Zürich: Livespotting - Uetliberg

The 70,000 m2 Rieterpark is Zurich's largest and most impressive landscaped garden and is set in the district of Zurich Enge near Lake Zurich.

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The park and associated villa (now the Rietberg Museum) was created in 1855 and acquired in the late 19th century by the industrialist Rieter family from Winterthur. The city gained ownership in 1945. Some of the park’s beech trees date back to the original stock and are therefore more than 150 years old. On a clear day you can see as far as the Glarus Alps, which conveys the impression of an almost endless vista.

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