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Graubunden, a canton in eastern Switzerland, is known for its dramatic Alpine scenery and winter sports.
Finally, no visit to Graubunden would be complete without a ride on the Rhaetian Railway.
Mountland hat die Auswirkungen von Klimawandel und Landnutzungsanderungen auf Okosysteme und die Nahrungsmittelproduktion in den Bergregionen Wallis, Jura und Graubunden analysiert.
The restaurant has been enlarged from 20 to 70 seats, where Jos Keurenntjes offers fresh regional cuisine with Graubunden and Swiss specialties at affordable prices.
Born in 1901 in Borgonovo, an alpine valley town in the Swiss municipality of Stampa, Alberto Giacometti prematurely passed away, in January 1966, at the hospital in Chur, the capital of his birth canton of Graubunden.
In Graubunden, which includes well-known destinations such as St.
The powerful Planta and Salis families loomed large in local political life and in Jenatsch's story, but they did not supplant Graubunden democracy.
Tuesday that its Claudio Lardi, President of the government of Graubunden and
Together with areas of the canton of Graubunden it makes up the so-called Svizzera Italiana (Italian Switzerland).
Chlamydia-related abortions in cattle from Graubunden, Switzerland.
Georg Jenatsch (1596-1639) was the most powerful man in the Swiss province Graubunden, a social climber whose power rested on his success as a military entrepreneur, says Head (European history, U.
Divided into twelve chapters, the book slowly unfolds with two chapters on the von Salis family, one of the oldest and most powerful in the Swiss canton of Graubunden.