Wollishofen is a neighbourhood in Zürich's 2nd district. It was formerly a municipality of its own, having been incorporated into Zürich in 1893. The neighbourhood has a population of 15,592 distributed on an area of 5.75 km².
Located between the Sihl river and Lake Zurich, it forms the southern boundary of the city on the left bank of the lake. The lake occupies 28.5% (1.64 km²) of the total area of the district. To the south, Wollishofen borders the municipalities of Adliswil and Kilchberg.
The Zürichsee-Schifffahrtsgesellschaft (ZSG) and its ship yard are located in Wollishofen.
Zürcher Theater Spektakel, an international theater festival ranking among the most important European festivals for contemporary performing arts, is held annually in August on the Landiwiese lakeshore and on the Saffa-Insel. The cultural centre Rote Fabrik is also located in Wollishofen, as well as Lydia Escher's former home, the Villa Belvoir.
- Walter Andreas Müller (born 1945), actor and comedian, born and raised in Zürich
- "Theaterspektakel". Theaterspektakel.ch. Retrieved 2009-08-30.
- ZSG ship yard
- Wollishofen (1880)
- Tram stop Morgental
- Wollishofer Chläuse (2007)
- One of the numerous acts at Zürcher Theater Spektakel (2009)
- so-called Fallätsche (Albis hills)
- New church Wollishofen
- Old church seen from New church Wollishofen
- Chur bell of 1702
- stained Glass
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