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Ethnographic Museum of the University of Zürich, Zurich
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Un buon museo con piccole esposizioni ma di grande qualitá e allestimento. Molto gradevole il tratto del personale. Posizionato in centro nel vecchio giardino botanico che invita ad una piccola passeg... read more »A good Museum with small displays but high quality and construction. Very pleasant staff trait. Centrally located in the old Botanical Garden that invites you to a small relaxing stroll.show original
В парке Цур Катц среди построек выделяется восьмиугольная оранжерея. В ней размещается Этнографический музей, вход в который свободный. Этот интересный музей, не работающий только по понедельникам, по... read more »In the Park of Zur Katz stands out among the buildings octagonal greenhouse. It hosts the ethnographic museum, which is free. This interesting Museum is not working only on Monday, focuses on the culture of non-European countries.show original
Para quem gosta de cultura e está com tempo livre, vale a pena uma visita à Universidade de Zurique. A instituição é aberta ao público e é legal dar uma entrada, conhecer o campus.For those who like culture and free time, it's worth a visit to the University of Zurich. The institution is open to the public and is nice to give an entry, know the campus.show original
Gregor J. Rothfuss
exhibits a bit on the boring side.
The current exhibit on the Cultural Revolution is a collection of repetitive symbols - buttons, red books, posters, and other marginal objects - which does little to illuminate one of the most complex phenomena of modern China. It is distortive: while the exhibition does have a section on the humiliation of the powerful, it fully misses that totalitarian scale of the revolt against authority that Mao unleashed. Each individual lived through the period in fear of beeing singled out for wanton violence at the hands of anyone, from neighbor to casual stranger.
Дмитрий КулаковFree entrance, huge selection of animals. There are audio, there is a café, there are activities for children. Miracle!show original
Andreas RomerBlessednessshow original
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