About The Rietberg Museum
The Rietberg Museum (Museum Rietberg) displays a world renowned collection of art from non-European cultures including from America, Africa, Asia and Oceania and is located in Zurich.
From early Buddhist sculpture to pre-Columbian ceramics, Indian paintings to those of the Chinese Ming and Qing dynasties, The Rietberg Museum displays a wide range of exhibits, in terms of time periods, cultures and regions.
Peterskirche in Zurich is a medieval site famed for having Europe’s largest clock face.
Fraumunster is a medieval church and one of the most famous in Zurich, renowned for its stained glass windows.
Grossmunster is a famous medieval church in Zurich with a history dating to Charlemagne.
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