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Horgen coat of arms
State : SwitzerlandSwitzerland Switzerland
Canton : Canton ZurichCanton Zurich Zurich (ZH)
District : Horgen
BFS no. : 0295i1 f3 f4
Postal code : 8810 Horgen
8815 Horgenberg
8816 Hirzel
8135 Sihlbrugg Station
8135 Sihlwald
Coordinates : 687 729  /  235093 coordinates: 47 ° 15 '39 "  N , 8 ° 35' 52"  O ; CH1903:  six hundred eighty-seven thousand seven hundred and twenty-nine  /  235093
Height : 408  m above sea level M.
Height range : 405–914 m above sea level M.
Area : 30.83  km²
Residents: i22,665 (December 31, 2018)
Population density : 735 inhabitants per km²
Proportion of foreigners :
(residents without
citizenship )
Unemployment rate : 2.2
Mayor : Theo Leuthold ( SVP )
Website: www.horgen.ch
Horgen - Lake Zurich 2010-06-01 17-34-22.JPG

Location of the municipality
Ufenau Lützelau Zürichsee Greifensee Sihlsee Teufenbachweiher Horgnerbergweiher Ausee (Wädenswil) Türlersee Zugersee Kanton Schwyz Kanton St. Gallen Kanton Zug Bezirk Affoltern Bezirk Dietikon Bezirk Hinwil Bezirk Meilen Bezirk Uster Bezirk Zürich Adliswil Horgen Kilchberg ZH Langnau am Albis Oberrieden ZH Richterswil Rüschlikon Thalwil WädenswilMap of Horgen
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Horgen is a political municipality and the capital of the district of the same name in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland . It is located on the left, western bank of Lake Zurich and is about 15 km from the canton capital, Zurich. Horgen is part of the Zurich agglomeration . The inhabitants call themselves Horgner . Hirzel , the Horgenberg, the Sihlwald and Sihlbrugg stations belong to Horgen .


Horgen from 800 m, in 1919, Walter Mittelholzer

Horgen is located in the southwest of the canton of Zurich and, at 30.83 km², is the second largest municipality in the district. The landscape is determined by the Zimmerberg , a lateral moraine that the Linth glacier formed during its advance after the last ice age and the Albis mountain range. The municipal area extends from the left bank of the lake (jokingly called the “ Pfnüsel coast ”) across the Sihl valley to the Albis ridge and south to the Sihlsprung .

A large part of Horgen is covered by forest and comprises 39.6% of the municipality. Another 38.4% are used for agriculture, 12.5% ​​for settlements, 6.3% for transport, 1.5% are unproductive areas and 1.7% are water bodies. (As of 2018)


The determining watercourse in the municipality of Horgen is the Sihl , which rises at Drusberg in the canton of Schwyz, flows into the Limmat in Zurich and crosses the municipality over a length of around 11 km. The Dorfbach and streams such as the Tannenbach, Aabach, Meilibach flow to Lake Zurich ; some smaller ones are partly overturned. The mountain pond with an area of ​​4.2 hectares is located in the municipality of Horgen . The length of the lake adjoining Lake Zurich is approximately 4 km.



The village of Horgen is the center ( 418  m above sea level ) of Horgen. The entire administration of the municipality and district, as well as the scenes of cultural and social life, the most important shopping opportunities and the traffic junction at Bahnhof See are located in a small space. The predominant architecture is modern urban. Apart from a few beautiful old buildings and alleys, no single old core has been preserved.


Arn ( 554  m above sea level ) is located on the southern tip of the municipality. The school house houses two primary school classes, a kindergarten and speech therapy . The district gained some fame in 1804 when the rebels under Hans Jakob Willi were victorious in the battle near the Bocken . Elisabeth Lenhardt was an elected teacher here from 1934 to 1973.


Hirzel in 1946,

Since the merger on January 1, 2018, the Hirzel has been part of Horgen again after more than 240 years. The Hirzel is located on the Zimmerberg, at around 700  m above sea level. M. and on its western slope against the Sihl. It forms the southern part of the municipality and is characterized by agriculture. The Hirzelpass cuts through the district and has always been its lifeline.


The Horgenberg is located in the western part of the municipality, on the Zimmerberg ridge above the A3 motorway. It consists of the scattered hamlets of Wührenbach ( 635  m above sea level ) , Moorschwand ( 652  m above sea level ) , Chlausen ( 650  m above sea level ), Widenbach ( 696  m above sea level ) , Tableten ( 560  m above sea level ) m above sea level ) and others. With its own primary school with two classes and the multi-purpose building used in a variety of ways, the Horgenberg has retained a certain degree of independence.

The rural recreation area in the Horgenberg, especially the area around the mountain pond, is very much appreciated by the village population.


The district of Käpfnach is located in the south-eastern part of the municipality of Horgen. The Aabach cuts through Käpfnach and formed a small delta in the lake. In the landscape, which was formerly characterized by agriculture and viticulture, some large residential projects have been realized. Käpfnach achieved great importance through mining in the Käpfnach mine .


With the construction of the Zurich – Zug railway and the settlement of a number of industrial companies, a small town center developed in the Oberdorf (train station 483  m above sea level ). Its center is Bergli-Platz with the striking fountain. With the expansion of the industrial zone in Spätz to the west in the direction of the A3 motorway, this district gained in importance in the 1960s. The increase in the population in this area was taken into account in 1972 with the construction of the Bergli schoolhouse and the community's old people's home.

Sihlbrugg station

Sihlbrugg Station ( 514  m above sea level ) is located between the Zimmerberg tunnel and the Albis tunnel of the SBB. Until 2006 it was the end point of the standard gauge Sihl Valley Railway . With the timetable change in 2012, the last train stop was also set with the S21 . It is three kilometers from the Sihlbrugg traffic junction in the Sihl valley.


The heavily wooded Zimmerberg ridge to the west as far as the Albis forms a unique forest landscape. This is what the whole area from Zurich to Etzel looked like in the past . The Sihlwald , which is largely owned by the City of Zurich, and the adjacent forests form the largest contiguous forest area in the Swiss Plateau.

In Sihltal at Weiler Sihlwald and the train station ( 484  m above sea level. M. ) the Sihltalbahn located the lie Forsthaus and the former nature center Sihlwald today Wildnispark Zurich . Until 2011, the “Sihlwald Forest School” project was located in the former primary school.


The northernmost district of Horgens borders on Oberrieden, with the “Tannenbach” brook forming the border. Its name ( 446  m above sea level ) is a corruption of "roaring Bach" (originally: "tenndender Bach"). In spring, the brook often caused flooding on the adjacent properties.

The quarter was shaped by viticulture until about 100 years ago. The only industrial enterprise was the paper mill, which operated until 2006, directly on the lake. Next to the paper mill is the Horgen sewage treatment plant.

The Zimmerberg hospital is located in the Tannenbach district. Since 2006, a “Tertianum” retirement home has been in operation right next to the hospital. The “Amalia Widmer Nursing Home” is a foundation of the rich, single farmer's daughter Amalia Widmer, who wanted to ensure that her name was retained in this way. The land for the Tannenbach primary school was also donated by Miss Widmer. Recently there is a church in the quarter. The New Apostolic Congregation built them next to the listed houses at the entrance to the town (which are owned by the New Apostles).


In the 1970s, a new quarter with a shopping center ( 526  m above sea level ), school and sports facilities was built on the site of the former Waldegg farm .

Neighboring communities

Since the independence of the external guard Oberrieden on May 13, 1773, this, together with Wädenswil , Langnau am Albis , Hausen am Albis and Thalwil the neighboring community. The merger with Hirzel also added the communities of Menzingen and Neuheim in the canton of Zug.

Joint tasks are regulated in the regional special-purpose associations . The most important are garbage recycling , sewage disposal , lake water treatment and Spital Zimmerberg , which merged in 2011 with the Spital Sanitas from Kilchberg to form the See-Spital with two locations.


Horgen on the oldest Swiss map, drawn up by Konrad Türst in 1495/1496
Horgen on the Gyger map from 1667
Horgen 1794 on an engraving by Heinrich Brupbacher

The prehistory and early history of Horgen has not yet been intensively investigated. Fossilized ferns and mastodons have been preserved in the Käpfnach coal seam .

The earliest settlements in the municipality are the lakeside settlements of the pile dwellers . The oldest Neolithic settlement remains were found at today's ship pier and assigned to the Pfyn culture . They originated from 3900 to 3500 BC. The people of the Horgen culture, named after their place of discovery (between around 3500 and 2800 BC), settled in the "Scheller" near the border with Oberrieden. During the excavations from 1987 to 1990, the emergence of the seven separate cultural layers in the "Scheller" in the years 3100 to 3000 BC was dendrochronologically identified . Dated. The Horgen settlements were linked to contemporary settlements on other Swiss lakes.

The two Celtic women's graves in Thalacker date from the 2nd century. Alamannic graves at the chapel on Stockerstrasse, in the "Entweder" and the "Bätbur" have been documented for the time of the Great Migration in the 7th century .

In the document through which King Otto I donated extensive land in the Horgen area to the Fraumünster monastery in Zurich on March 1, 952 , Horgen was mentioned as Horga for the first time. The name goes back to an Old High German field name that was roughly * ze horwun (' near the swampy landscape').

Since the late Middle Ages, Horgen experienced an upswing as a trading center. Around 1437, Horgen became an upper bailiff when the Zurich government united it with the bailiwick of Thalwil and, after the Reformation, with the Rufers court in Adliswil. The area of ​​the Upper Bailiwick extended from Wollishofen to the border with Wädenswil. In the old Zurich War , during the Zurich Reformation by Huldrych Zwingli and the Counter Reformation , the area of ​​the municipality of Horgen was an outpost against Catholic Central Switzerland .

There were religious disputes from 1585 between the rulers in the city and the Anabaptist community in Horgenberg. In the course of these events, Hans Landis was beheaded on September 30, 1614 in Zurich. In 1637 Hans Meyli was also taken prisoner, but he was able to escape.

The Napoleonic turmoil, the Helvetic Republic 1798–1803 and the disputes over the mediation constitution in 1803 culminated in 1804 in the buck war . In Helvetic and mediation, Horgen remained the district capital. The regeneration constitution of 1831 laid the foundation for today's Horgen district.

The construction of the links bank Zurichseebahn between Zurich and Näfels was accompanied by some difficulties. The route led over large riparian zones heaped up in the lake. On February 9, 1875, a 135 m long section of the route under construction slid into the lake. The route was slightly relocated, but on September 20, two days after the opening of the railway line, another 204 m long section in the water, more than 6500 m², sank. The station sank by half a meter and had to be demolished. As a result, a new route was laid further inland.

At the end of 2016, a vote on the merger of Hirzel with Horgen was accepted with 59 percent yes votes. The merger was completed on January 1, 2018.

coat of arms

Horgner coat of arms (Zürcher Chronik 1485–86) by Gerold Edlibach
Coat of arms before 1952, as it appears in “The municipal arms of the Canton of Zurich”. The swan now looks to the right ( heraldry )
Coat of arms of the municipality of Horgen from 1952


In red, a silver, standing swan with gold reinforcement

The oldest depiction of the coat of arms can be found in Gerold Edlibach's chronicle from 1486, a silver swan on a red background. The swan looked to the right then.

The modern community coats of arms go back to the work of the community coat of arms commission of the Antiquarian Society of Zurich, which determined the coats of arms of the then 179 Zurich communities between 1926 and 1936 and published them in the form of postcards. In the sixties the AGZ made the decision to reissue the coats of arms in book form. However, publication was delayed by the death of the draftsman Walter Käch in 1970. Käch was replaced by the heraldist Fritz Brunner, and the register of the municipality's coat of arms was finally published in 1977.

(Peter Ziegler, Die Gemeindewappen des Kantons Zürich . Published by the Antiquarian Society of Zurich. Coat of arms drawings by Walter Käch and Fritz Brunner. Zürich, Verlagberichthaus, 1977) Since the 1000th anniversary in 1952, the municipality has been using a graphically simple, modern drawing of the swan , designed by the local graphic artist Josef Wieser. However, the new version of the coat of arms was not included in the book of municipal coats of arms of the canton of Zurich , although this was only published 25 years later.

(Paul Kläui, Geschichte der Gemeinde Horgen . On behalf of the Chronicle Commission Horgen for the 1000th anniversary. Horgen 1952. New coat of arms on pages 681 - 682).  


Officially, 22,665 people live in Horgen (as of the merger with Hirzel).

29.4% of the residents registered in Horgen, that is 6,746 people, do not have a Swiss passport. In the same year, 16.2% of the population were younger than 14 years and 4.6% of the population between 15 and 19 years old. Around 60.3% were between 20 and 64 years old and 18.8% were older than 64 years. The proportion of women in the population was 51.0%. (As of 2019)

In Horgen, the local population has mixed with many immigrants since the beginning of industrialization in the 19th century. The immigrants first found work in the textile and machine industries, later in the service sector. Due to the international orientation of the employers, there is a multilingual, multicultural society in Horgen.

Population development
year 1470 1634 1654 1780 1836 1850 1860 1870 1880 1888 1900 1910 1920
Residents 480 1,175 1'560 2,837 2,886 4,844 5,311 5'159 5'232 5'475 6,883 8'056 8,471
year 1930 1941 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2011 2012 2016 2017
Residents 9,320 8,916 10,118 13,482 15,691 16,577 16,463 17,432 18,935 19,400 19,528 20,291 22,476


The official and lingua franca of German, which is spoken predominantly as Zurich German in everyday life, is used by 80% of the population as their main language. Followed by Italian with 6%, around 14% make up the remaining language minorities.


On December 31, 2011, 31.2 percent of the population belonged to the Evangelical Reformed Church and 30.9 percent to the Roman Catholic Church . The Reformed Church of Horgen from 1782 can be found in the center of the village. The Catholic Church of St. Josef was built by Anton Higi from 1933 to 1934 on a plateau above the town center.

The following are also represented in Horgen: the United Methodist Church , the Evangelical Christian Congregation Horgen , which is part of the Swiss Pentecostal Mission SPM , the Missione Cattolica Italiana - Italian Mission of the Catholic Church and the New Apostolic Church .


In October 2007, according to the statistical office, 268 people were registered as unemployed in Horgen. This corresponded to an unemployment rate of 2.7%.


Elections 2019
Political party National Council Cantonal Council
SVP 28.8% 25.0%
FDP 17.8% 22.2%
SP 14.8% 16.0%
glp 13.5% 11.6%
Green 11.2% 9.6%
CVP 6.7% 6.2%
EPP 2.6% 3.8%
BDP 1.7% 2.9%
EDU 1.1% 1.3%
AL 1.1% 1.3%
Other 0.7% 3.2%

In Horgen, the Swiss grassroots democracy rules in the form of a municipal assembly open to all voters ( legislature ). The local council invites to the community meeting in the «Schinzenhof». Transactions that exceed the competencies of the community assembly are decided by ballot box .

The members of the municipal council ( executive ) preside over an office. The nine (including the president) councilors and the council president are elected at the ballot box. Theo Leuthold von der ( SVP ) held this office in 2017 . The municipal council is responsible for the execution of its tasks and for the affairs of the municipal assembly and the ballot box.

The municipality clerk is responsible for the preparation and coordination of the council business and supports the council in legal and strategic questions. In addition, he heads the municipal administration and forms the interface between the administration and the municipal council.



animal number
Bovine 643
Cows 340
Sheep 57
Pigs 377

Until the beginning of industrialization in the 19th century, Horgen was dominated by agriculture, with viticulture and dairy farming predominant. Viticulture was completely abandoned in the first quarter of the 20th century as a result of the pests ( phylloxera ) that appeared from 1850 and the unfavorable situation. Today there are still 30 farms, including 25 full-time farms. In 2005 around 100 employees worked 500 hectares of land. The largest areas are to the west of the A3 motorway and in the southern municipal area of ​​Rietwies.


The Käpfnach mine is a former lignite and marl mine in Horgen in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland. With a total tunnel length of 80 km, it is the largest of its kind in Switzerland.


In the 18th century there were several tanneries in Horgen . The Hüni tannery, founded in 1728, still exists today as Hüni AG with automation technology for tanneries at home and abroad. The industrialization has strongly influenced Horgen since the mid 19th century to the beginning of the emerging was silk industry with over ten Seidenwebereien dominant (z. B. weaving Stünzi sons ), later the machinery industry (eg. B. Wanner, coarse , Stäubli , Schweiter , Oetiker ). Many of these large companies are or have been active internationally since their inception and export a large part of their production. The close ties between the Horgen district's silk industry and North America resulted in a US consulate in Horgen from 1878 to 1895 .

In 1943, the year of the war, the four textile machine factories Grob, Schweiter, Stäubli and Vollenweider merged to form the «Die 4 von Horgen» interest group in order to overcome the difficulties of the time. They began to work on the world markets (export quota around 90%) together as a sales and advertising association in order to be able to maintain their independence.


In the course of the 20th century, the economic focus shifted more and more towards service companies. Banks, asset and property management companies, insurance companies, research institutes, processing and training centers of banks and credit card companies are important employers. In addition, the district authorities and the district court with its attached penal institution are located in Horgen.


Public transport

Horgen station, January 6, 1900
Horgen Oberdorf station, June 25, 1960
S-Bahn Zurich at Horgen station

In 1875, the so - called left bank Zurichseebahn , opened by the Swiss Northeast Railway (NOB). The railway line ran between Zurich main station and the town of Ziegelbrücke or Näfels. With the nationalization of the NOB in 1901, the Seebahn became part of the newly founded Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). Today the Horgen See station is served by two lines of the Zurich S-Bahn :

The Horgen Oberdorf station on the Thalwil – Arth-Goldau line is served by the S 24 Thayngen - Schaffhausen / Weinfelden - Winterthur - Zurich Airport - Zurich HB - Thalwil - Horgen Oberdorf - Zug . On September 24, 2006, a loan of CHF 23 million was approved at the urn for the redesign of the station area. The groundbreaking ceremony for the project took place on March 5, 2007. The redesign of the station area was completed in 2009. In November 2010, Horgen train station received the FLUX award - golden transport hub .

The Sihlwald station is approached by the Sihl Valley Railway S 4 Zurich HB - Adliswil - Langnau-Gattikon (- Sihlwald ).

Sihlbrugg Station is no longer served from Sihlwald. The stop of the Zurich S-Bahn in Sihlbrugg was discontinued with the 2012/2013 timetable change because the route does not offer a time frame for the stop and the number of passengers was too low.

The Zimmerbergbus routes operate within the community and sometimes regionally.

Private transport

Hauptstrasse 3 runs through Horgen from Zurich to Pfäffikon SZ. To the west of Horgen, the A3 motorway runs from Basel via Zurich to Sargans . The newly constructed Uetliberg tunnel has been connecting Horgen to Basel via the Westring Zurich since May 4, 2009 . The Horgen connection is located in the southern part of Horgen and ensures the connection to the local road network.


Lake Zurich ferry Meilen – Horgen

The Zurich Lake Ferry Horgen – Meilen AG (FHM) is a Swiss public limited company and has been operating ferry services on Lake Zurich between Horgen and Meilen since 1932. The five ferries carry around 2.3 million people, 1.3 million passenger cars and around 100,000 trucks every year.

The Zürichsee-Schiffahrtsgesellschaft (ZSG) operates passenger shipping on Lake Zurich. The ship fleet transports around 1.8 million passengers annually.

Art and culture

Cultural events such as concerts, art exhibitions, lectures or the carnival , which is cherished by the Schönegglers, have a long tradition in Horgen.

Private schools

From 1736 private schools were founded in Horgen: with enlightenment education (Rudolf Rottenschweiler 1736–1806, in the Sust), for post-school education (Rudolf Stapfer (1779–1838) from 1797, “Institut Stapfer” in the “Windegg” later “Thalacker”), as a business school for future entrepreneurs for local and foreign students ( teaching institute of the Hüni brothers 1816–1866, as a private silk weaving school of Johann Jakob Staub 1855–1864 and in 1876 the “Free Protestant Elementary School for Homeland”) as an alternative to elementary school.

Elementary and vocational schools

The school in Horgen consists of the levels of after-school care / kindergarten , primary school and upper school in the form of a three-part secondary school . Plans to establish a canton school have not yet been implemented for reasons of cost.

The semi-autonomous school units of kindergarten and primary school are distributed across the districts and quarters according to needs. The upper school is combined in the Berghalden / Rainweg Upper School. The primary school units are Arn, Baumgärtli, Bergli, Horgenberg, Rotweg, Tannenbach and Waldegg.

Since 2001, part of the Lake Zurich Education Center (BZZ) has been located in Horgen , which arose from the merger of the commercial vocational schools Horgen and Stäfa and the commercial-industrial vocational school Horgen.



There are three swimming pools in Horgen. In summer the seaside resorts Sportbad Käpfnach and Parkbad Seerose (near the train station) are open. The Bergli indoor swimming pool can be used all year round, with the exception of an inspection period during the summer holidays.



The Käpfnach mining association, founded in 1982, has opened up part of the tunnels of the former lignite mine as a visitor mine and housed a mining museum in the coal store.

Local museum Sust

Local museum Sust

At the Sust local museum , the goods arriving from Zurich by Ledischiff were loaded onto pack animals . The oldest sust and mule regulations date from 1452. In 1528 the city of Zurich set up a customs post with the renewal of the sust regulations. In 1558 the warehouse and administration building was built. The local museum founded at the time has been housed here since 1957. The mule track led from 1230 to 1830 from the Sust over the Hirzel Höhi to the Gotthard Pass in Italy and was then replaced by the Zugerstrasse over the Hirzel in 1846 and the railway in 1875.

reformed Church

The Reformed Church of Horgen, built by Johann Jakob Haltiner , is an Evangelical Reformed church in the center of Horgen. The present building was inaugurated in 1782, and previous buildings can be found at the same location since the 13th century.

Manufacturers' villas

Villa "Seerose", historical aerial photo from June 26, 1924, taken by Walter Mittelholzer
Villa water lily

The "Villa Seerose", which the silk industrialist Jacques Huber-Kudlich had built in 1902–1908, stands in a prominent position on the lake . The park and part of the listed wrought iron fence were restored to mark the centenary of this total work of art in Art Nouveau. The "Villa Seerose" now houses the rooms of the Horgen Music School; concerts and temporary exhibitions take place there.

The classicist "Villa Streuli-Hüni" in the "Herner" (with neo-baroque bathing pavilion), the Villa Thalhof, the Villa Stünzi (formerly the industrial family Stünzi ) with park, the Villa Seewart, the Villa Stäubli and the Bocken-Gut (formerly the industrial family Schwarzenbach -Wille, today Credit Suisse Communication Center ) are not open to the public.


Special facilities

Many institutions of regional and municipal importance are located in the district capital. In addition to the district administration, the post of the canton police and the district prison, the district court, the base fire department and the ambulance service on the left bank of Lake Zurich. Others are:

  • See-Spital, which merged with Sanitas in Kilchberg in 2011
  • HUMANITAS Foundation for the Promotion of the Mentally Handicapped
  • ARUD Center for Addiction Medicine.
  • Retirement home of the community of Horgen
  • Community library
  • District heating supply
  • Water supply
  • Wastewater treatment plant

Commonwealth Corporation Reiti

In the Allmend corporation Reiti, founded in 1466, the late medieval ownership structures in the Allmend have been preserved in a unique way and have not passed to the political community as in other places. The commons corporation is the largest private property owner in the community. It only releases land for building under building law ; this has already resulted in several legal disputes in conflict with public interests, for example in 1973 for the purpose of building a new school building or as a result of changes in municipal planning.


Horgner singers at the Federal Singing Festival in Solothurn 11-13 July 1868

Starting with the Schützengesellschaft founded in 1685, through the choral societies and the Dramatic Society, to the many ethnic groups that have organized themselves, over 160 clubs can be found in Horgen.

The sports clubs find good training opportunities in Horgen. In addition to the various gyms, there are the tennis and soccer fields on the Allmend and in the Waldegg, the Bergli swimming pool, the Käpfnach sports pool, the shooting range, the riding stables and a few other facilities.

The Schöneggler , founded in 1934 as a sports club, is a carnival society. The association was brought into being in what is still the local restaurant today, the “Schönegg” restaurant. Events such as the schnitzel bank and the masked balls enjoy a high level of awareness and the carnival newspaper “G'hörscht” is a must-read for every horgner. Tailcoats and top hats as well as checked trousers have been the unmistakable appearance of the association since it was founded.

The Swimming Club Horgen , 30-times Swiss champion in water polo (as of 2017), playing in the 22-24 ° C warm water of Sportbads Käpfnach that is already open from 1 May to everyone. The swimming pool in which the games take place is a peculiarity: a concrete floating body anchored in the lake.



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