Take a look Picture of the week Culture Society ... Print 7 See in other languages: 9 See in other languages: 9 Languages: 9 (ar) صورة الأسبوع (de) Bild der Woche (es) Foto de la semana (fr) L'image de la semaine (it) L'immagine della settimana (ja) 今週の写真 (pt) Imagem da semana (ru) Фотография недели (zh) 本周图片 The official Christmas lights of the city of Zurich, dubbed "Lucy", on the city's Bahnhofstrasse on Thursday, November 30th. (Keystone / Christian Merz) The moon sets behind the Bachtel mountain in the Zurich Oberland on November 22. (Keystone/Christian Merz) Fashion designer Christa de Carouge composes her exhibition at the Kunsthaus Zug on Monday, November 13, 2017. (EPA / Keystone / Alexandra Wey) Snow covers the newly opened spa at the Bürgenstock resort in canton Lucerne. (KEYSTONE/Alexandra Wey) Bella checks the produce at the Aarau Carrot Market on November 1 (Keystone/Alexandra Wey) Mourners make their way to a ceremony for the deceased Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej in Gretzenbach, canton Solothurn. Cellist Estelle Revaz plays her instrument during the harvest of the world's smallest vineyard in La Vigne on Friday, October 20, 2017. (KEYSTONE/Jean-Christophe Bott) At an altitude of 2,200 meters, the aerobatic team of the Swiss Air Force performs at the shooting event at Axalp, Bernese Oberland, 12th October 2017.(Keystone / Christian Merz) When man imitates art, perhaps unwittingly. The rabbit-headed sculpture, here seen on October 5, is part of an open-air art show at the public baths, Marzili, in Bern. (Peter Klaunzer/Klaunzer) A statue of Swiss saint Nicholas of Flüe is carried to a special service held in his honour. (Keystone/Alexandra Wey) The traditional event of "Chaesteilet" in the Bernese Highlands, involves distribution of cheese made during the summer on mountain pastures. (EPA/Peter Klaunzer) Flyboard inventor and pilot Franky Zapata wows the crowd at the Breitling Airshow in Sion. (KEYSTONE/Christian Merz) Alphorn players perform in front of the newest radar station for the Swiss weather service, inaugurated on September 8. It is located on the Weissfluhgipfel in canton Graubünden. This picture taken on August 27 shows how a landslide swept through the village of Bondo in the Swiss Alps. (AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL MEDINA) The French artist Saype painted this image of a Volkswagen van on a field in Chateau d'Oex on August 22. He needed 400 litres of biodegradable paint for the picture which is part of the international VW festival in the Alpine village. Children play amid the art installation, Art Throws Shadows, of Claudia Comte in Zurich's Münsterhof courtyard on August 15. (KEYSTONE/Ennio Leanza) Soldiers take away horses on August 8 from the stall of an animal breeder in Hefenhofen in northern Switzerland arrested on charges of animal cruelty. The world's largest Swiss flag - measuring 80 by 80 metres - hangs on the side of the Säntis mountain on July 31, the eve of Swiss national day. (KEYSTONE/Ennio Leanza) The Swiss Army Military Band, Rekrutenspiel, performs during a dress rehearsal for the Basel Tattoo on July 20. Dieter Meier of the iconic Swiss electronic music band Yello performs at the 51st Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, on July 12. (Valentin Flauraud/Keystone) Kindergarten and primary school children, dressed up as monsters, participate in a procession - part of the traditional end of term celebrations in Geneva, on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Around 6,150 pupils took part. A visitor wearing a poster of the famous Swiss cyclist Ferdy Kübler during a memorial held for the late sporting star, who died last year aged 97. The event took place on June 20, 2017 in Zurich Gunners from Lucerne head through a wood on June 14 to take position for the following day, when they fired 12 shots to mark the Feast of Corpus Christi. The head of the police dog unit in canton Valais, Christophe Ehinger, plays with 11-week-old police dog Snatch on June 7, 2017 in Lausanne. Demonstrators including Greenpeace activists protest on June 2 in front of the US embassy in Bern against the decision of the Trump government to pull out of the Paris climate deal. (KEYSTONE/Anthony Anex) The FC Basel football players celebrate the team's 3-0 victory over Sion in the Swiss Cup final on May 25. It was Basel's first win over Sion in the final in 14 attempts. Basel have already secured their eighth straight league championship win this season. (Keystone/FC Basel 1893 POOL/Sacha Grossenbacher) Snow job: Ploughs have spent four weeks this spring clearing the Great St Bernard pass to open the popular mountain route connecting Switzerland and Italy for summer traffic. Picture taken on May 16. (KEYSTONE/Valentin Flauraud) Allianz Suisse employees take part in a special House Running event - suspended from the Allianz skyscraper in Wallisellen, which has 18 floors. It's 60 metres until the ground. People show their best moves along the streets of Basel during the Dance Parade on May 4. (KEYSTONE/Georgios Kefalas) Delegates gathered for the Yemen donor conference at the United Nations in Geneva on April 25. (Keystone/Valentin Flauraud) Due to unusually low temperatures this past week, wine growers in Saxon in the Rhone valley sprayed water on the vines to protect blooming buds. April 20. (EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT) Roger Federer and Andy Murray in party mood after playing the "Match for Africa 3" in the Hallenstadion Stadium in Zurich on April 10. The match was raising money for the Roger Federer Foundation, which benefits children in Africa. (Keystone/Ennio Leanza) The Crucifixion by Alonso Cano. One of the works in the exhibition, Hola Prado, currently at the Kunstmuseum in Basel. April 6. (Georgios Kefalas/Keystone) Six hundred years after the birth of Niklaus of Flüe, a statue of the Swiss saint was moved on March 30 to the middle of the main fountain in Sachseln, a village close to the pilgrimage site of the man remembered as 'Brother Klaus'. (KEYSTONE/Urs Flueeler) After damage to the tracks at Lucerne railway station due to a derailment on Wednesday, all trains were prevented from coming or - as this image shows - leaving the station again, at least until Monday. (KEYSTONE/Urs Flueeler) Green lights illuminate Switzerland's Rhine Falls on March 16 as part of Ireland's 'Global Greening' campaign to mark St Patrick's Day and promote tourism to the country. (KEYSTONE / Ennio Leanza) Swiss parliamentarians take a 'Pussyhat' break from their session, to show solidarity with international movements on Women's Day on March 8. Seen and heard! Carnival goers in Lucerne enjoy their moment in the sun on February 27. (KEYSTONE/Urs Flueeler) Rival negotiators arrived in Geneva on February 22 for UN-brokered talks aimed at ending Syria’s six-year conflict. Persistent violence and deadlock over the country's political future have been dampening hopes of a breakthrough. (AFP/Fabrice Coffrini) A llama in sheep's clothing? On the contrary, this lama named Sergio is here to protect the herd from predators like the wolf. Claro, Ticino, February 16. (KEYSTONE/Ti-Press/Samuel Golay). The sign warning of potential rockslides can be misleading, especially when the whole slope gives way like it did on February 9 when the Axen road on the Lake Lucerne shore was covered with everything from boulders to whole trees. Switzerland goes to the dogs: On January 29, about 120 dog teams took part in a competition in the western village of Saignelegier in the Jura hills. Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka signs an autograph after winning his Men's singles quarter-final match against France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the Australian Open on January 24. (Issei Kato, Reuters) Guarding the Congress Center in Davos on the eve of the start of the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting. January 16, 2017. (KEYSTONE/Gian Ehrenzeller) United Nations special envoy Espen Barth Eide (R) and UN Director-General Michael Moeller (C) and Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of Mission Elizabeth Spehar (L) wait for the start of the Cyprus reunification talks. Geneva, January 9. (REUTERS/Denis Balibouse) To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, silhouettes of Swiss reformer Huldrych Zwingli are projected onto buildings surrounding Zurich's Grossmünster church on January 5. (KEYSTONE/Walter Bieri) A photo gallery of pictures published each week. In this series, swissinfo.ch picture editors choose an image highlighting a news event of the past seven days. Neuer Inhalt Horizontal Line subscription form Form for signing up for free newsletter. Sign up for our free newsletters and get the top stories delivered to your inbox. Email address Top stories (weekly) Latest news (daily) Business (weekly) Politics (weekly) Society (weekly) Fintech (monthly) Click here to see more newsletters swissinfo EN The following content is sourced from external partners. We cannot guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. swissinfo.ch Join us on Facebook!