|Leaving Freiburg we saw Lenin greeting from an election poster|
for the Marxist Leninist Party of Germany.
In the federal election of September 24, the party gained 0.1% of the votes.
|Good morning, Zürich. We expected some rain.|
|Sexist segregation. For ladies only:|
What is named Damenbad in Freiburg is called Frauenbad in Zürich
Ulrich Zwingli who brought his Protestant religion to Zürich.
|Entrance to Spiegelgasse |
with the Cabaret Voltaire, the birthplace of Dadaism.
|Lenin's apartment at Spiegelgasse 14, |
a nondescript new building.
|A house built in 1740 and named Zum Waldris at Spiegelgasse 11: |
Johann Caspar Lavater lived here from 1741 (in a new building!) to 1778.
Traveling in Switzerland, Goethe visited Lavater in 1775.
|At Spiegelgasse 13 Georg Büchner, revolutionary, doctor of medicine, |
and as an author a master of the German language
died of typhoid fever at the age of 24 on February 19, 1837.
|Zürcher Geschnetzeltes (Zurich-style veal stew) with Rösti (fried grated potatoes). |
The meat was a turkey instead of veal, the rösti was not crusty, but the melon was an extra.
All in all, it was a good three-course meal for a reasonable price.
|Satisfied fellow travelers leaving the Turm restaurant|
|Professor Koller talked about the Swiss Social Archive and Lenin in Switzerland|
|Eventually, Lenin moved from Bern to Zürich because the libraries were better|
|Lenin's April Theses|
|Lenin's arrival in Petrograd by train from Finland|
|Goodbye, Zürich, goodbye, Großmünster|