The high point of my morning walk is a viewpoint on Zürichberg that overlooks the city, the lake, and the hills and Alpine mountains beyond. But I often walk further, following the path south along the slope. Within a few hundred meters I pass a pleasant little park that currently includes an installation of bronze statues by Zürich artist Freddy Air Röthlisberger. I find these pieces captivating, in part because each comes with a brief explanation that provides a tidbit of Swiss history. I’ll post them in a series. The first tidbit is particularly tasty :-).