What do they do in Switzerland?
Eat, drink, sleep, play, work, produce things, consume things, live, die. Pretty much the same as elsewhere in the world. Perhaps the question needs to be more carefully phrased?
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Switzerland is located in Europe. It is east of France, south of Germany, west of Austria and Liechtenstein and north of Italy.
Switzerland, federal republic in west central Europe. Switzerlandis a small, landlocked country set amid mountainous terrain in theheart of the European continent. It is borde…red on the west byFrance, on the north by Germany, on the east by Austria, and on thesouth by Italy. The tiny principality of Liechtenstein lies betweenSwitzerland and Austria. Switzerland is in Europe next to France,Italy and Lichtenstein. It has the beautiful Alps and the languagesare German, French, Italian and Reto Romanish. Lake Geneva is abeautiful place to have a family picnick watching ducks eat bread.I live in de Schweiz and I am from there. Traveling to Switzerlandmay cost more than visiting other countries like Germany or France,expensive but worth it. I would not recommend going there rightnow,:( it is un-safe because of the terrorists, it is unclear ifthe situation will get better but when it does I would love to goback:)
Switzerland does not have an official national flower.
Switzerland is on the Northern Hemisphere And the Eastern Hemisphere.
most amazing thing you can have because nobody can ignore its beautiful ism, The Swiss Alps, and there are castles and forests and the most beautiful churches. They have a lo…t of holidays, Faschnacht is one of them. They are so much fun to see! . There are also many hiking trails. You can practically hike across from one end to the other. Also, many music festivals and outdoor events. Many Swiss enjoy sailboats on the lakes and cooking outdoors. Zurich has a lovely opera house.
This question is ambiguous do to misspelling or bad grammar. Do You mean: a) What do they do where in Switzerland? or b) What do they wear in Switzerland? Please rep…hrase your question and resubmit it.
Switzerland is GMT+1
There are many things to do in Switzerland . One of my friends spent her last vacation in Switzerland and she thoroughly enjoyed her holidays. Chateau de Chillon, Rhine Falls,… GruyÃ¨re Castle, Matterhorn, White Turf Events, Montreux Jazz Festival are some top attractions in Switzerland. There are many things to do in Switzerland . GoldenPass Panoramic Train Glacier Express Omega European Masters Here is a valuable link, you can check this out: http://www.high-end-travel-switzerland.com/Switzerland-Attractions.htmlI hope it will help you.
Switzerland clothing - means clothed that are made in Switzerland? Do you mean to ask, what do the different costumes of various Swiss regions mean (culturally)?
From where? If you happen to be in Paris, you can take the TGV into Bern. From elsewhere, I recommend SwissAir.
The country of Switzerland is in central Europe. It is a land-locked country and surrounded by 5 other countries: France, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and Italy.
We make em you take em
Switzerland IS a country.
The quickest way is to fly. You could go overland by getting a ferry to Britain and then France, or get one direct to France from Ireland. From there you could drive or get a …coach or train.
No. Instead of provinces, Switzerland has cantons.
Swiss your a person like the previos guy said Swiss. You are Swiss
Switzerland was created in 1291. At that time the modern concept of independent countries did not exist. The original Swiss confederation was much smaller than it is today. …At that time the four original cantons were constituent parts of the German empire, which agreed to a pact of mutual defence to defend what would today be called "States rights" against attempts by the feudal rulers of larger German states to absorb them. They became de facto independent over the next years, though they were not recognised as legally independent by the German empire until 1648, after many other small German states had joined the Confederation. Apart from during the Napoleonic wars, Switzerland remained a technically defence treaty of many independent countries (sort of medieval NATO) until 1848 when they finally decided to have a permanent federal government.