Anabaptists Felix Manz and Conrad Grebel also operated there.
11 12 Due to its linguistic diversity, Switzerland is known by a variety of native names: Schweiz vats ( German note 5 Suisse sis ( French Svizzera zvittsera ( Italian and Svizra vitsr or vits ( Romansh ).
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Moritz area in canton of Graubünden, is also well known; the highest peak in the neighbouring Bernina Alps is Piz Bernina (4,049 m or 13,284 ft).
On, Swiss voters agreed by a 55 majority to join the Schengen treaty, a result that was regarded by EU commentators as a sign of support by Switzerland, a country that is traditionally perceived as independent and reluctant to enter supranational bodies.
Berne, Switzerland: Preisüberwachung, Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research.105 Primary school continues until grade four, five or six, depending on the school.By 1353, the three original cantons had joined with the cantons of Glarus and Zug and the Lucerne, Zürich and Bern city states to form the "Old Confederacy" of eight states that existed until the end of the 15th century.It had been imposed by a foreign invading army and destroyed centuries of tradition, making Switzerland nothing more than a French satellite state.29 This centralised the government of the country, effectively abolishing the cantons: moreover, Mülhausen joined France and the Valtellina valley became part of the Cisalpine Republic, separating from Switzerland.