The fairly young university of Lucerne was founded in the year of 2001. But the city has had a theological as well as a philosophical faculty since the early 17th century. Since 2011 the university now has a building of its' own, which in my opinion really is an architecturally interesting design. You can see it's special facade below on the left and on the second picture. Furthermore it's right next to the station (below in the middle) which makes it very interesting for young students from other cities. The green building on the right is the KKL, the "Kunst und Kongresszentrum Luzern", which I will portray on another occasion.
The picture below shows the KKL on the left and in the middle, the huge yellow building, the headquarter of the SUVA, the Swiss National Accident Insurance Fund.
Below you see one of the most popular and known squares of the City, the Vögeligärtli (it could be translated as "a small birds garden"). Part of the square is the library of the canton of Lucerne, called ZB (Zentralbibliothek). Many students of the city have mixed feelings, when it comes to the ZB. The coffee's probably still as bad as always.
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