Kramgasse

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In the extension of Marktgasse, this more popular artery has also preserved all of its old character. You will see several attractive fountains, including that of Zähringen and that of Samson, together with the house (at No. 49) where the physicist Albert Einstein lived from 1902 to 1909, which you can visit.

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Zytgloggeturm
Zytgloggeturm
This tower was the West Gate of the town
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Junkerngasse
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Marktgasse
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Lined with attractive shops, florists'
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Old Berne
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The old town of Berne, which should be
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Zytgloggeturm
Zytgloggeturm
This tower was the West Gate of the town
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Berne Cathedral
Berne Cathedral
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Junkerngasse
Junkerngasse
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