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Traditional swiss food The ‘wurst’ is yet to come!

Switzerland enjoys celebrating a lot of different types of traditions, so it's hardly surprising that a sausage world championship – or Wurst ...

Dark chapter in history Portraying survivors of a cruel Swiss care system

Innocent citizens who did not fit in with the norms of Swiss society were placed in orphanages, prisons or detention centres up until 1981.

Winegrowers’ celebration A journey back in time at the Fête des Vignerons

A historical look at the once-in-a-generation Fête des Vignerons (Winegrowers’ Festival) held in the small Lake Geneva town of Vevey.

Swiss design in denmark Sustainability is key for Switzerland’s young designers

How do young Swiss designers make an impact in an international market, and what’s important to them as they set out in their careers?

#swisshistorypics American aerial photos show Switzerland in 1946

After the Second World War, American bombers took to the skies over Switzerland on a peaceful mission to capture photos from the air.

Freedom for swiss Felines Playing cats and ladders in Switzerland

One in three Swiss households has a cat. So it's no surprise that the nation's cat lovers go to extremes to improve the lives of their feline friends.

Venice ART BIennale Swiss art moves back to the future at Venice Biennale

Interesting times lie ahead for artists Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, who are representing Switzerland at this year’s Venice Biennale.

This content was published on May 11, 2019 8:00 AM

The sounds of... From Zurich to the skies: the daily work of the world's airports

Behind the scenes at Zurich Airport, baggage handlers are working on a tight schedule to ensure that passengers’ luggage gets safely delivered to ...

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