Blossom magic creates a white fairytale landscape

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Langenbruck: Deinkick Solarbob Seilpark

Langenbruck: Deinkick Solarbob Seilpark

Langenbruck: Deinkick Solarbob Seilpark

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Langenbruck: Deinkick Skilifte

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Langenbruck: Deinkick Solarbob Seilpark

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Reigoldswil: Wasserfallen Talstation

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Liestal: Liestaler Wettercam Schleifenberg

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Liestal: mit Blick nach Basel Sankt Chrischona

Himmelried

Himmelried

Dittingen: Tarmac

Dittingen: Tarmac

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Dittingen: Flugplatz - Cam

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Dittingen: Flugplatz

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Dittingen: Flugplatz - LSPD

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Sissach › Süd: Belchenflue

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Without the “Bluescht”, the hilly landscape of the Basel region would not be as beautiful in the spring. After a long winter, in the spring the blossoming cherry trees transform the rural canton near the gates of the city of Basel into a fairytale landscape.

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If one thinks of the landscape around Basel, one cannot avoid thinking of cherry trees. In the past, cherries were an important source of income in agricultural society. Old photos show that just a few decades ago numerous villages were literally hidden from view by countless cherry trees. Even today the view is still fantastic - in some years the trees blossom as early as the end of March, in other years at the beginning of May.

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