Augustine Lane is connected to Bahnhofstrasse at one end and St. Peter's Church at the other. The 200-meter-long alley, named after the Augustinian Monastery (now the Augustine Church) along the alley, is the most colorful street in the Old Town of Zurich. The colorful facade of the building is mesmerizing. It was originally a settlement of artisans and artisans. After the 17th century, with the arrival of a large number of wealthy factory owners, the competition for the most beautiful facade began. What is left to future generations are the colorful exterior walls, flags fluttering in the wind, elaborately carved bay windows (overhanging buildings) and chic and interesting murals. The strong business atmosphere is exciting. Most of the buildings with 3 to 5 floors on both sides of the alley are residential houses, but along the street on the 1st floor, there are famous shops, small commodity shops, coffee shops, and restaurants. There are so many people who are too busy to shop and pat~ eat, buy, buy, and can’t stop.
Augustine is the oldest street in Switzerland, and it retains many old buildings. You can get a glimpse of the early architectural models in Switzerland. This place is also a street that cannot be used for sports cars. It is not very wide. There are houses on both sides of the building. The national flag.
Augustine Lane is the most charming alley in the Old Town of Zurich. The most special thing here is the architectural style of jumping windows upstairs. Walking in the alleys is particularly eye-catching. The Swiss flag is planted everywhere here, and I feel very emotional when walking in it.