Swiss city details

In the Swiss capital of Bern, the most impressive thing is the cleanliness and convenience. The roads and buildings on the streets and the roads can’t see the garbage, the pits are broken, the cracks are broken, the doors and windows are clear everywhere, fresh and gorgeous, just like walking in the spacious and bright. Hall.

One day, we sat on the bench next to the sidewalk and saw several workers kneeling on the side of the road. Looking at it, there was a crack in the wall. They used the electric shovel to cut some of the edge of the gap, took the air gun to blow the gravel, blended a transparent glue with the cement, and carefully poured it into the seam. The clay quickly solidifies, smoothed with a grinding wheel, and then sanded and smoothed. The meticulous operation seems to decorate the living room.

The tour guide told us that various cities in Switzerland have inspected and found that there are cracks, broken marks and collapses in buildings, roads, flower beds, and water wells. They are immediately reported to the municipal administration, and some people will soon come to repair.

On the streets of Bern, there are lockers in the distance, dozens of cabinet doors are square or embedded in the wall, or standing on the side of the road, pedestrians can store items at any time, set their own password lock. Each door has a reminder that it will not be stored for three months, the cabinet will be alarmed in the background, and the management will decode it. The lockers are especially popular with tourists, eliminating the worries of their shopping and making it easy to play.

It is known in the country that the Swiss Parliament Square has a farmer’s market every Saturday. It is the only country in the world that allows ordinary people to buy and sell at the gates of the highest authorities. It was afternoon in the afternoon to visit the bazaar. We shuttled through nearly a thousand temporary booths and bustling crowds. Unconsciously, when we gathered the time, the stall owners untiedly disassembled the cargo bed, sorted the goods and loaded the vehicles, and cleaned the ground. In less than half an hour, the stalls were gone, and the flow of people was like a low tide. The empty square could not see a little garbage and the ground was clean and cleaned. From this detail, the quality of the urban residents can be seen.

The side wall of the square in the center of the square is a seat. I found that the cement surface of the seat is printed with various patterns of leaves. I can see the veins of the bumps, handcuffs, and the lines are as hard as iron. The tour guide said that it is to put the true leaves into the high-strength cement, and the leaves will rot and smooth out and become clear and vivid. According to common sense, as long as the seats are smooth or tiled, no one can be criticized, but the Swiss integrate the sense of innovation into the details of the city, giving people unlimited imagination and beautiful enjoyment.

On the bustling streets, there are public toilets every few hundred meters. I found a sprinkler on the wall behind each toilet. I don’t know what to do. The tour guide came over to demonstrate. He took off the seat and pressed the switch to instantly squirt. The high-pressure water column dissolves the sputum that is not cleaned, which is a convenient detail setting.

The tour guide also said that there are many details about the humanization of the Swiss city. For example, the road turns are made of plastic materials to prevent the vehicles from slipping in the rain and snow. The street lights are warm and cold, the winter is bright orange or orange, and the cold night brings pedestrians. A hint of warmth, summer is cyan or blue, adding a cool cool to the heat.

In the ancient city of Bern, there are more than 20 streets paving with square stones. We saw several workers repairing the water wells. The paving stones excavated were nearly 30 centimeters long. The tour guide said that the pavement of the ancient city was laid more than 600 years ago. Each stone pile was glued to each other with white mud paste. Below it was half a meter thick lime and gravel. Now the tank is safe and sound.

In the era of only horse-drawn carriages, the Swiss paved the way like a slate, eliminating the trouble of revising the future. The details of the city with a long history are not only the responsible spirit for the benefit of future generations, but also the vision and long-lasting philosophy of Yuanbo. ?