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Augmented by the steely waters of the Limmat River, this church is a stirring escape into history. A stone's throw from Lindenhof Hill in the old town of Zurich, this is one of the four major churches in the city. Although the current holy site was not declared sacred until 1706, an early church structure was believed to have been built by the 8th or 9th Century. The most iconic feature of St. Peterskirche is its clock tower, which plays host to the largest clock face in the country, its minute hand alone measuring 5.7 meters (18.8 feet). With a facade as legendary and imposing as this, it is no surprise that St. Peter Church lords over pristine, fawn-roofed houses which dot the charming landscape of Old Town. However, the interiors of the church are just as beautiful, its stuccoed white ceiling and carved wooden balconies illuminated by a line of chandeliers that swing overhead. While an ornate Romanesque choir stall and Baroque naves add to its magnificence, it is the now faded murals that are a true testimony to the church's long-standing history and religious repute.
Kaufleuten - Festsaal dates back to the 1920s and was renovated to be a part of the swanky Kaufleuten. This stylish venue is spread across 350 square meters (3767.37 square feet) and is used for a variety of events. From balls to banquets, festivals, live acts and DJ nights, it has something or the other going on.
Located in the heart of the city, Klubsaal is a popular event venue. This chic theater-hall can seat up to 500 people and is known for staging various events like conferences to dramatics, musicals and more. The hall is furnished with advanced sound and light equipment that assure a pleasant theater experience as you enjoy a show here. In addition to public and corporate events, this spacious event venue is a great spot for receptions and weddings. In case you feel hungry, the Kaufleuten houses a beautiful restaurant that serves delicious menu accompanied with an extensive list of beverages, ideal for a dinner after the show at Klubsaal.
The Saint Peter Turm is a clock tower, part of the St. Peterskirche. The tower is a prominent structure as it can be seen while in any part of the city. Visitors and tourists are usually allowed to climb to the top of the tower to get a breathtaking view of the city. The clock tower of St. Peter was for centuries Zürich's official local time and all public city clocks had to conform to it.
La Zurich Tonhalle ospita la prestigiosa Tonhalle Orchestra, come centro della scena culturale ufficiale della città. Guidata dal venerato David Zinman, direttore artistico della Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, ha visto la conduzione di opere di grandi maestri della musica classica. La Tonhalle risuona sempre di musica fantastica. Da non perdere l'opportunità di ascoltare qui un concerto.