A photoblog of the Swiss capital, by Michael Tomsett
I hope the plans to move them to a better/nicer location work out. I find it quite a shame, and wonder why it's so popular.
I think it's only popular for tourists, and then only because of the history involved, and the face that its a "must-see". None of the locals I know, such as me, support it.
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