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|This is the museum, who was robbed 4 paintings on 10.02.08 in the amount of 180 Mio Swissfrancs! ||02/12/2008||475|
|Stations of all suburban railways, tramways, cable cars, and importent bus lines in Zurich, Switzerland.|
- ZVV Haltestellenfahrplan (http://www.zvv.ch/haltestellenfahrplan.asp)
- map.search.ch (http://map.search.ch/)
- City Map of Zurich
- Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz (ISBN: 3894941227)
on a lonley and foggy November weekend.<...
|Monday 26. August 2012 the zity of Zürich opened a drive-in red-light area.|
|Home of the Grashoppers Club Zurich (Soccer)||09/03/2005||427|
|A plane parked at the Zurich internatinal airport, painted in many colors in different shapes.||03/03/2007||451|
|TBZ School in Zurich - Switzerland||09/14/2005||244|
|this mountainbiketrail leads from top of mt. uezgi to triemli train station. length: 3,5 km elevation: 350 m. mt. uezgi is the most popular mountain of zurich, switzerland's biggest city||08/31/2005||431|
|Airport Zurich-Kloten, Switzerland|
|Various museums in NYC - Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, Jewish Museum, Whitney Museum, Frick Collection, Pierpont Morgan Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, the Cloisters.||08/13/2005||642|
|The Stedelijk Museum (lit. City Museum) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is a museum for modern art. It is located at Museum Square (Dutch: Museumplein), close to the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.||04/28/2006||368|
|The 4.4 km long Uetliberg Tunnel, connecting the Birmensdorf bypass (N20.1.4) in the west with the existing Zurich-Chur highway (A3 motorway) in the east, is the key structure of the new Zurich western bypass. The project consists of two parallel tubes, each about 4.4 km long, which both increase in slope by approx. 1.6 % between the east and the west portals. Stations with equipment and instal...||09/24/2005||459|
|he collection of the former Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces Museum at Aldershot has moved to the Imperial War museum at Duxford.|
The museum is now called Airborne Assault Museum.
It can be found in hangar no. 1.
For the current visitor information, please visit the website of the museum: http://duxford.iwm.org.uk/.