Chagall Window

Eigentümer Flosama

Typ Mosaik
24 / 7
Status 100% Online
Letzte Überprüfung 04/02/2018

Missionen 18
Gesamtlänge 5.49km
EFF 8.54
Zu Fuß 1St. 36m / 05m 22s Ø
Per Fahrrad 1St. 03m / 03m 31s Ø

Portale 108  /  6 Ø
Unique Portale 85
Distanz Start / Endportal: 784.4 m

Hacks 85
Wegpunkt 23

Zu Fuß (100%)
Per Fahrrad (0%)
Auto (0%)

Nächstliegende Mosaike:
- Old Züri0.36 km
- Neutral Old Züri0.36 km
- XF-ZH0.36 km


The beautiful windows made by Marc Chagall in 1970 belong to the modern, yet classic cultural heritage of Zurich and bring many tourists to Fraumünster. Optimal starting point for all three windows


23-07-2018 11:24

These look great. I broke them up and used them as individual separators between other Zürich banner missions.


29-09-2017 15:37

The mosaik features three of the Chagall church windows in Fraumünster. Sadly, small size of mission badges does not allow to really see the details of these windows. Flosama did the best in trying to arrange three of the windows horizontally in the scanner.

The missions were reordered and now show the windows in the sequence blue - green - yellow, which is somewhat nicer then blue - yellow - green. In the field you cannot make a mistake since the missions are named accordingly with colors. But the trip from mission 6 to mission 7 is now rather long.

The missions themselves would need a bit more careful planning. The layout is sometimes confusing with backtracking portals leading to interrupts due to sidehack cooldowns (example: missions 4, 5, 7, 9, ...)

All in all I did the 18 missions in 103 minutes - hacking, capturing, even building some fields. So this is a nice little mosaik done in one go. Apart from crossing streets and the tram, the route should also be ok for wheelchairs.

Conclusion: Beautiful motif, fast mosaik, but the track would need some improvement.


28-01-2017 20:00

So, the picture on here shows the order to be blue/green/yellow. Which is pleasing to the eye.

However the order they're set in on the ground is blue/yellow/green.

So that's a bit odd.

Still, it's up to you how you do them as they're three layers, clearly named as such and the order within each layer mostly makes sense. Only one mission is a frustrating mess.