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Religion The Jewish cemetery in no man’s land

How did the largest and oldest Jewish cemetery in Switzerland come to lie in a wooded no man's land between the villages of Endingen and Lengnau?

Living together Homeless to hip: How Swiss housing cooperatives developed

Many of the cooperatives set up to alleviate the urban housing shortage following the First World War celebrate their 100th anniversary this year.

Swiss elections 2019 Swiss political parties in election fever

The parties’ election campaign for the October 20 parliamentary elections has kicked off. In very different style.

In photos These Swiss inventions have become iconic

The Swiss are often perceived as cautious and meticulous, but they also have a creative spirit that has produced many inventions.

Coalface The ‘tough and dirty’ business of the last charcoal burners

In the heart of central Switzerland only nine charcoal burners still produce charcoal by hand. Farmer Markus Wicki is one of them.

Housing cooperatives Feeling at home in your neighborhood

Living in Switzerland (5 of 5) Cooperative living: a hip alternative for the Swiss

For residents of the Hunziker housing cooperative outside Zurich, sharing space and resources is more than efficiency – it is about community.

embassies and consulates A summer stroll through Bern’s diplomatic quarters

The Swiss capital is home to nearly 100 foreign embassies and consulates. These are some of their most striking facades and interesting stories.

business model How one Swiss circus has kept flying high

Circus Monti earns its living not with flying acrobats or dancing animals but with a diversified business model.

Living in Switzerland (3 of 5) Owning a home in Switzerland

In Switzerland, every second residential building is a single-family home. A portrait of life in Hägendorf, a small village in canton Solothurn.

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