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St. Peterskirche

St. Peterhofstatt 1, Zurich, Switzerland
+41 44 211 25 88
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One of the oldest churches in the city, this cathedral is best known for having the largest clock face in Europe.
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St. Peterhofstatt 1, Zurich, Switzerland
Old Town
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Reviewed 3 days ago

St. Peter Church was the only church built as a parish church in Zurich and remains as it today. Unlike other church properties in Zurich, this parish church has two owners: City owns church's steeple; St. Peter, the parish church of the Evangelical Reformed Church...More

Thank unescotravelbug
Reviewed 1 week ago

The most distinctive feature of the church is without a doubt the clock face (28-feet in diameter) and tower. The building has been considerably expanded over the years; the oldest surviving vestiges are of a late Romanesque church erected in the early 13th century. The...More

Thank CJW913
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Amazingly huge church tower and clock. Very beautiful and definitely a money shot with your camera. Understated elegance.

Thank ebcnaz
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Another church that stands out while you're doing your walking around Zurich and another church for some great photos and scenery. You can't miss this when in Zurich. Didn't get a chance to go inside

Thank ashp90
Reviewed 24 April 2017

The church can b recognized by the impressive large clock on the tower that is an element of the Altstadt on the left side of the Limmat.. Nice external appearence, but nothing special inside.

Thank Sandro C
Reviewed 16 April 2017

On the other side of Grossmunster lies St. Peterskirche, with its huge clock face gilded with gold paint. The square around it is also very nice and takes you back a couple hundred of years. Definitely a must see in Zurich.

Thank Orland0_11
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

St. Peterskirche is a must see in Zurich. It's a quaint, romantic church which harkens back to yesterday. It boasts the largest clock face in Europe, so one can't really say he's late because he didn't know what time it was in Zurich.

Thank Mike M
Reviewed 5 April 2017

It's a big clock. If you're a clockophile, you'll love it! Otherwise, you can easily pass by without giving it a second notice.

Thank Mike G
Reviewed 7 March 2017

My friend told me it is the largest clock face in Europe! Worth seeing just for that. There are great views of this clock tower from anywhere in the old town. I didn't go inside, but loved how it was an unmissable feature wherever you...More

Thank JouyousJ
Reviewed 5 March 2017

One of the four main churches/cathedrals in Zurich, St Peterskirche stands tall in the skyline. The clock face is of particular interest and is well worth a close-up look if you have time. The church is easy to find within the narrow streets of Zurich...More

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