For 50 years, the Beyer Clock and Watch Museum in the basement of the shop at Bahnhofstrasse 31 has been inviting visitors on a journey through time. The history of timekeeping is made visible and tangible with the aid of around 300 clocks, watches and other time-measuring devices. The collection, which was built up by Theodor Beyer (1926 – 2002) and has been open to the public since 1971, now comprises over 1,000 objects.
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Only a few know Zurich as well as she does. Manuela Leonhard is assistant to mayor Corinne Mauch and privately presents the most beautiful sides of the city on her successful Instagram account zurich_is_beautiful. Together with René Beyer she is discussing politics, time, culture and, of course, Zurich.
Anyone living in Switzerland has certainly heard or read about this guest. Roger Köppel is a journalist, politician, media entrepreneur and much more. For example, a watch enthusiast. Together with René Beyer, he discusses time, what it means to him and how he prefers to spend it.