Augusto Giacometti Entrance Hall, Zurich

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While exploring the center of Zurich, pay a quick visit to Augusto Giacometti Entrance Hall, also known as the "Hall of Tiny Flowers" . The hall serves as the entrance to Zurich's main police station and features murals by Swiss painter Augusto Giacommeti. Hidden behind a plain wooden door, the vibrantly painted walls and ceiling are still relatively unknown to foreign tourists. Photography is not allowed here and you will need to show your ID before entering the station. Start your trip to Zurich by creating a personalized itinerary on Inspirock.
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  • It's not everyday that you visit the police department of a big city, but this small and free detour into Zurich's one is worth the effort. Giacometti's murals are beautiful and modern to this day...  more »
  • I grew up in Zurich and never knew this gem existed, after 28 years abroad, I just discovered it. Housed in an active police station, this work of art is well worth a visit. It's a small entrance...  more »

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