Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland, is at the north end of the long Lake Zürich, and huddles against the slopes of two ranges of hills. The city stretches over 92km2, a quarter of which is forest that is accessible to the public. With the river Limmat, the water leaves Lake Zürich almost in the middle of the city, and the Sihl, coming from a side valley, which connects with the Limmat underneath the main train station and divides the city into various quartes.
Source: "Monopoly *Zürich*" by Winning Moves
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