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This 12th-century cathedral has both historical and architectural significance: Ulrich Zwingli led an important sect of the Reformation from here in the early 1500s, and the cathedral's twin towers serve as perhaps the most recognizable landmarks in...more
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As a Reformed Church it is very plain but very peaceful to spend a few moments in contemplation and prayer. The main Church is free to visit but you can pay to climb one of the towers and is worth the charge, a not too...More
The inside of the church was strict ‘no pictures’. And quite honestly,
Compared to European catholic cathedrals, there wasn’t much to look at inside this ‘reformation church”. The hike up to the top was narrow and we had wait several minutes to come down due...More
This beautiful church, with those twin towers, is an amazing spot in Zürich, with a lot of history behind it, all around the protestant reform, makes of this old church, one of the most iconic buildings in Zürich.
Grossmünster is the most important religious building, in fact it is the cathedral, located in the city of Zurich. The facade is very beautiful and you can see it from a lot of parts of the city. It has two towers and it is located...More
This is one of the three main churches in the Old Town area of Zürich. It is interesting to explore inside and holds a beautiful, fully operational organ. The main draw for most visitors will be the observation deck on one of the towers. If...More
Response from Debbie3403 | Reviewed this property |
We did not do a tour. We walked around ourselves including walking up to top for great views of Zurich. How long it will take to walk up to the top of one of the lookouts depends on how many people are there a5 the same time.