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Switzerland's changing religious landscape

Fewer and fewer people adhere to organised religion in the western world. Switzerland is no exception, with a rising number claiming to have no religious affiliation. But although church attendance is falling, religion became a factor ahead of the 2007 federal elections, especially with an increasingly large and more visible Muslim population. swissinfo's special dossier takes a closer look at Switzerland's changing religious landscape.

This content was published on August 24, 2007 - 16:00

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