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Sauvabelin Forest is a suburban park where Lausanne locals have come for Sunday strolls and afternoon walks in a soothing natural setting for more than a century. Walks lead past the River Flon, the picturesque Bois de Sauvabelin, and the ruins of a former Swiss village. The true highlights of the forest are the Lac du Sauvabelin, an artificial lake built in the late 19th century, and the Sauvebelin Tower, an interesting wooden structure nine stories tall with beautiful views of the surrounding region. Visitors often take picnics on landscaped grounds, row boats on the lake in the warmer months, and take children to see Swiss-native farm animals. Legend has it that the late and great David Bowie owned a home on the forest grounds.
Le parc de Vidy est un héritage de l'Exposition Nationale de 1964. Le port de Vidy qui trône au milieu de ce complexe a été gagné sur le lac pour l'Expo. A l'ouest du port se dressent les pyramides de Vidy, directement suivie par le club d'aviron puis la magnifique plage de Vidy, malheureusement arrosée parfois par les effluves de la station d'épuration suivant le vent. A l'est du port, le petit train de l'Expo 64 amuse les enfants dans le parc du théâtre de Vidy. Plus loin encore, la piscine et la plage de Bellerive sont à disposition des amoureux de l'eau alors que ceux à la recherche d'un verre à boire pourront se rendre dans le magnifique cadre de la Voile d'Or.
A one of a kind tribute to the rich heritage of computers, Musee Bolo was set up in 2002 and is housed in the IT building of the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne. It was the passion and love of computers of Yves Bolognini - the engineer who gave his nickname Bolo museum that gave birth to this collection. The Museum is home to thousands of objects from the history of computing and information technology and is aimed at highlighting the progress made in terms of technology and industrial design. The exhibits include the first real personal computer general public by IBM, the first Mac and more than 500 different machines, including game consoles and calculators as well. The constant miniaturization of machines and computers is beautifully measured and displayed by placing different memories or PC motherboards side by side for easy comparison.
In 1306, a small chapel called La Garillette was reconstructed to form Temple de Morges. It got classified as a historic monument in the year 1900. Over the years new features were added and in the year 2010, refurbishment of the temple was done. This temple is deemed as one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Switzerland. This monument can be used for hosting your wedding reception as well.