Basel Zoo

Gorillas, rhinoceroses, crocodiles, elephants and another 600 species live at the Basel Zoo. So species-friendly is this zoo that exciting breeding successes are no rarity. The Vivarium offers fascinating insights into the world of reptiles. more

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Viamala - Graubünden's Deepest Abysses

Once upon a time it was hated. Travelers called this deep ravine in the Hinterrhein Valley the "Bad Path". It was an obstruction on the journey... more

Viamala - Graubünden's Deepest Abysses
Seven Springs - sources of the Simme River

Seven Springs - sources of the Simme...

Seven springs feed the Simme, a 55 kilometer long river in the Bernese Oberland. The waterfalls cascading over rocks that are several meters high... more

Basel Zoo

Gorillas, rhinoceroses, crocodiles, elephants and another 600 species live at the Basel Zoo. So species-friendly is this zoo that exciting breeding successes are no rarity. The Vivarium offers fascinating insights into the world of reptiles.

The Zoological Gardens, known affectionately as “Zolli” by Basel's inhabitants, opened in Basel in 1874 and is home to a large number of indigenous and exotic animals.

Basel Zoo
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Viamala - Graubünden's Deepest Abysses

Once upon a time it was hated. Travelers called this deep ravine in the Hinterrhein Valley the "Bad Path". It was an obstruction on the journey through the Alps. Beautiful, but wild and threatening. And today this is exactly the reason why one travels to the Viamala.

Once upon a time it was hated. Travelers called this deep ravine in the Hinterrhein Valley the "Bad Path". It was an obstruction on the journey through the Alps. Beautiful, but wild and threatening. And today this is exactly the reason why one travels to the Viamala.

Viamala - Graubünden's Deepest Abysses
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Seven Springs - sources of the Simme River

Seven springs feed the Simme, a 55 kilometer long river in the Bernese Oberland. The waterfalls cascading over rocks that are several meters high are definitely worth a visit. The Simme's springs and rapids are considered to be places of special power.

Seven springs feed the Simme, a 55 kilometer long river in the Bernese Oberland. The waterfalls cascading over rocks that are several meters high are definitely worth a visit. The Simme's springs and rapids are considered to be places of special power.

Seven Springs - sources of the Simme River
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