Waters feeding three great seas

Parc Ela

Bivio: Residenza Plaz - Sicht von der Residenza Plaz auf

Bivio: Residenza Plaz - Sicht von der Residenza Plaz auf

Bergün: Bahnhof

Bergün: Bahnhof

Bergün: Schneesportgebiet Darlux

Bergün: Schneesportgebiet Darlux

Bergün: Blick auf das Dorf und die Albulalinie

Bergün: Blick auf das Dorf und die Albulalinie

Bergün: Dorf

Bergün: Dorf

Bergün

Bergün

Somtgant

Somtgant

Radons: Savognin, Savoldellis Berghaus

Radons: Savognin, Savoldellis Berghaus

Radons: Savoldellis Berghaus

Radons: Savoldellis Berghaus

Malmigiuer: Bergrestaurant Tigignas, Savognin

Malmigiuer: Bergrestaurant Tigignas, Savognin

Lenz: Urdenfürggli

Lenz: Urdenfürggli

Stürvis: Stierva

Stürvis: Stierva

Filisur: Bahnhof

Filisur: Bahnhof

Davos Monstein: Monstein

Davos Monstein: Monstein

Salategnas › West: Alp Flix

Salategnas › West: Alp Flix

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Here at the border of Surses and Bergell, a raindrop has the choice of heading for one of three seas. If it goes north, it travels along the Rhine until its journey ends in the North Sea. If chance takes the raindrop eastwards, it goes into the River Inn in the Engadin and then via the Danube into the Black Sea. Or it may go to the south-west, from Lake Como into the River Po and then the Adriatic (Mediterranean). One drop, three choices – the water divide at Lunghin is a curiosity, the only one of its kind in Europe.

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