December 31, 1969
Tourists have long flocked to the big-name designer stores along Zurich’s ritzy shopping street Bahnhofstrasse, situated on the left bank of the postcard-pretty Limmat River. But another river flows through the city — the rough and rugged Sihl, once a spectacle for its bouts of heavy flooding that lasted until the early 20th century. Today, it’s a lure for nature-loving residents thanks to the paved Sihlpromenade walking path lined with magnificent plane trees.
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