Alois Carigiet 100th birthday Trun - Carigiet painted many of the houses lining the main street in his place of birth swissinfo.ch Carigiet painted many of the house facades in his place of birth, Trun swissinfo.ch .Carigiet's successor - Trun artist Gieri Schmed, who assisted Carigiet, poses in front of a Carigiet work at the Surselva museum in Trun swissinfo.ch Ursli lived here - Ursli, or Uorsin in Romansh, would have lived behind this door in Guarda if he had been a real life character swissinfo.ch Even the woodpiles are stacked decoratively in the Lower Engadine swissinfo.ch The son of the author Selina Chönz, who wrote A Bell for Ursli, was an artist in his own right, painting many of the houses in Scuol swissinfo.ch Sgraffiti becomes a picture frame for a potted plant in Scuol swissinfo.ch In his youth, Carigiet moved with his family to Chur. The old town has been restored, including its cobblestone streets swissinfo.ch Arnold Crameri has taken over from his father in running the Chur gallery which has a wide selection of Carigiet originals swissinfo.ch This content was published on August 29, 2002 August 29, 2002 More More Why people in Switzerland trust the state Stable country, stable money, stable lifestyles: in comparison, many things run smoothly in Switzerland. One factor is the high level of trust. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Newest first Oldest first Load more More More SWI swissinfo.ch recognised at quality journalism awards SWI swissinfo.ch has won a prize in the “science and environment” category of an annual award organised by the magazine ‘Private’.
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