The Wasserkirche ("Water Church") of Zürich, first mentioned as ecclesia Aquatica Turicensi around 1250 and as wazzirkilcha in 1256, is a church built on a small island in the Limmat, situated between the two main churches of medieval Zürich, the Grossmünster and the Fraumünster, at the Limmatquai and the Münsterbrücke.
Helder Braz | Feb 23, 2018
Historic church and area. A must for a tourist. Here you can take one ofe the best and most charachteristic fotos from Zurique. Great for walking and bike. You have a lot of Tram connections too.
Kathryn Hatfield | Mar 2, 2017
We tried three times to visit - it has limited opening hours, so check before you go - but we're glad we persisted. This building has a fascinating history and a lot to see, including a crypt with original foundation stones, the "execution stone", and some information about the many years the building was not a church. No entrance fee, and there's a bathroom available. Put it on your list.
SPCA663 | Mar 30, 2018
A very beautiful place.
mário Henriques | Apr 8, 2018
J Seeto | May 5, 2017
美麗， convenient with train
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