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Bauschänzli is an artificial island, town square and public park in Zürich, Switzerland. Bauschänzli (diminutive of "construction entrenchment") is one of the last remains of the Baroque fortifications of Zürich which began in 1642. The neighboring Schanzengraben (moat) and the Old Botanical Garden are also part of these remains. Since 1907, the island has been used as a restaurant, although it is officially a public square and park.

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  • Das Bauschänzli (kleine Bauschanze) ist ein öffentlicher Platz auf einer künstlich angelegten Flussinsel im Zentrum der Stadt Zürich.
  • Bauschänzli is an artificial island, town square and public park in Zürich, Switzerland. Bauschänzli (diminutive of "construction entrenchment") is one of the last remains of the Baroque fortifications of Zürich which began in 1642. The neighboring Schanzengraben (moat) and the Old Botanical Garden are also part of these remains. Since 1907, the island has been used as a restaurant, although it is officially a public square and park.
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