Tag: Zurich

Sculpture Saturday #21

This steel rhinoceros “Panzernashorn” by local lad John A Tobler (1982) graces the Bahnhofstrasse in Zurich, standing outside the Züricher Kantonalbank. It’s said to be  a symbol of security, strength and steadfastness. Everything we want in a bank, really. This challenge used to be hosted… Continue Reading “Sculpture Saturday #21”

Thursday doors #29

Today the Swiss are celerating their National Day so here’s a selection of doors from my most recent trip to Zurich.   Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around… Continue Reading “Thursday doors #29”

Postcard from Zurich

I have spent a lot of time in the past in Zurich, mostly on business trips. My maiden visit was in the early 80s while working as an internal auditor for an American bank. The audit team used to stay in a hotel halfway… Continue Reading “Postcard from Zurich”