Designed by Jakob Brüllmann, "Geiser's Fountain," a sand stone likeness of a naked man trying to tame a bull, is named not for spout-like qualities, but for architect Arnold Geiser, who left 40,000 francs to beautify the city. This 1911 sculpture does the trick.
Hermann Hubacher's likeness of Ganymede, the beautiful mortal man taken by and with Zeus, can be found at Bürkliplatz near the tip of Lake Zurich.
This fine-looking gentleman stands outside the main building at the University of Zurich.
Partial view of a fountain at College of Art and Design's Museum.
The other side of that same fountain.
He's not particularly sexy, unless you're into power, but one has to give a shout out to one of Zurich's most famous attractions, the statue of Charlemagne at The Grossmünster, a 13th Century Church on Zurich's East Side.
A replica of Hans Brandenberger's "Wehrbereitschaft (On Guard)" gets ready for action outside the gym at University of Zurich.
This guy's waiting for you at at Villa Tobler, a banker's former home that is now run by the city.
That same guy from a different, more vulnerable angle.
The infamous Thinker ponders Rodin's Gates of Hell outside The Kunsthaus in Zurich.
Just one of the 180 figures hanging off the massive scene inspired by Dante's Inferno.
Another poor, naked soul on The Gates of Hell.
This trio writhes at the top view of the 20-foot Gates of Hell.
A replica of Ivar Viktor Johnsson's David shows off Goliath's head, among other things, near the Opera House.
David looks even better standing before a rainbow.