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Bremgarten District

Bremgarten District is a Swiss district in the Canton of Aargau, corresponding to the valleys of the Reuss and Bunz rivers in the area known as the Freiamt.

                                               

Brugg District

Brugg District has an area, as of 1997, of 149.29 km 2 57.64 sq mi. Of this area, 42.6% is used for agricultural purposes, while 41.3% is forested. The rest of the land, 14.1% is settled. It is located around the rivers Aare and Reuss. The northe ...

                                               

Kulm District

Kulm District is a district in the canton of Aargau, Switzerland. It is located west of Lake Hallwil and covers parts of the Wyna and Suhre valleys. The principal town is Unterkulm; the largest municipality is Reinach. The district contains 17 mu ...

                                               

Laufenburg District

Laufenburg District is a district of the canton of Aargau, Switzerland, essentially consisting of the upper Fricktal valley in the Aargau Jura south of the Rhine. Its capital is the town of Laufenburg. It has a population of 32.552.

                                               

Muri District

Muri District is a district in the Swiss Canton of Aargau with the administrative capital of Muri. It covers the central and southern part of Freiamt and has a population of 36.252.

                                               

Zofingen District

Zofingen District is a district in the Swiss canton of Aargau. It is located in the southwest corner of the Canton. The seat is Zofingen. The largest municipality in population is Oftringen, the smallest is Wiliberg. It has a population of 71.780.

                                               

Oberegg District

Oberegg District is a district in the canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden in Switzerland. It comprises two small exclaves of the canton, a few kilometers northeast of the rest of Appenzell Innerrhoden.

                                               

Laufen District

Laufen District or Laufental District is one of the five districts of the largely German-speaking canton of Basel-Country, Switzerland. Its capital is the town of Laufen. Prior to 1994, it was a district of the canton of Bern, one of the seven hi ...

                                               

Liestal District

Liestal District is one of the five districts of the largely German-speaking canton of Basel-Country, Switzerland. The city of Liestal serves as capital of both the district of Liestal and the canton of Basel-Country. It has a population of 60.954.

                                               

Sissach District

Sissach District is one of the five districts of the largely German-speaking canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland. It has a population of 35.912. The district occupies the western portion of Basel-Country, bordering the neighbouring cantons of ...

                                               

Waldenburg District

Waldenburg District is one of the five districts of the largely German-speaking canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland. The district lies to the south of Basel-Country, bordering the canton of Solothurn. Its capital is the town of Waldenburg. It ...

                                               

Bumpliz-Oberbottigen

Bumpliz-Oberbottigen is a Stadtteil of the city of Bern, Switzerland. It is situated to the west of the city center and consists of the Quartiere Bumpliz, Oberbottigen, Stockacker, Bethlehem and Brunnen. As the most recently developed district of ...

                                               

Broye District

Broye District is one of the seven districts of the Canton of Fribourg, Switzerland, lying in the vicinity of Lake Neuchatel. Its territory is non-contiguous and Broye is fragmented into four parts, three of which exist as exclaves from the canto ...

                                               

Glane District

Glane District is one of seven districts in the Canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. It has a population of 24.337.

                                               

Gruyere District

Gruyere is one of seven districts of the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. It has a population of 55.726. Its capital is Bulle.

                                               

See District, Fribourg

See or Lac District is one of the seven districts of the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. Lying to the north of the canton, the district is bilingual. Its territory enclaves the two Bernese municipalities of Munchenwiler and Clavaleyres, while ...

                                               

Sense District

Sense District is one of the seven administrative districts of the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland, and the only completely German-speaking one. It is named for the Sense River, which forms the majority of its eastern border with the canton of ...

                                               

Veveyse District

Veveyse District is one of seven districts in the canton of Fribourg in Switzerland. It has a population of 18.831.

                                               

Betschwanden

Betschwanden is first recorded in 1240 in the phrase in Beswando. Until 1395, Betschwanden was obliged to pay tithes and taxes to Sackingen Abbey. At the same time it was part of the parish of Glarus. The village church was built in the Romanesqu ...

                                               

Haslen, Glarus

Haslen is first mentioned in 1289 as Burchard von Hasle. On 1 July 2006, the municipality of Haslen incorporated the neighbouring municipalities of Leuggelbach and Nidfurn. On 1 January 2011, Haslen was itself merged into the new municipality of ...

                                               

Linthal, Glarus

Linthal is a village, and former municipality, in the municipality of Glarus Sud and canton of Glarus in Switzerland. The village lies near the head of the valley of the Linth river, and at the foot of the Klausen Pass into the canton of Uri. It ...

                                               

Luchsingen

Luchsingen is first mentioned in 1274 as Luchsingen. In 2004 the former municipalities of Hatzingen and Diesbach were merged into the municipality of Luchsingen. On 1 January 2011, the enlarged municipality became part of the municipality of Glar ...

                                               

Ruti, Glarus

Ruti is first mentioned about 1340. Agriculture was the main industry in Ruti until the 19th century. However, by the 17th century, manual cotton spinning was widespread. By 1770 this had declined and the resulting impoverishment ended only with ...

                                               

Ziegelbrucke

Ziegelbrucke is a village in Switzerland. Ziegelbrucke is shared by the municipalities of Niederurnen in the canton of Glarus and Schanis in the canton of St. Gallen.

                                               

Delemont District

Delemont District is one of the three districts of the canton of Jura, Switzerland. Its capital, and that of the canton, is the city of Delemont. The district is almost entirely French-speaking and has a population of 38.590.

                                               

Franches-Montagnes District

Franches-Montagnes District is one of the three districts of the canton of Jura, Switzerland. Its capital is the town of Saignelegier. The French-speaking district has a population of 10.389.

                                               

Porrentruy District

Porrentruy District is one of the three districts of the canton of Jura, Switzerland. Its capital is the town of Porrentruy. The French-speaking district has a population of 24.440.

                                               

Entlebuch District

Entlebuch District is one of six districts of the canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. Its administrative center is the village of Schupfheim. Entlebuch District roughly corresponds to the basin of the river Kleine Emme. The district receives its name ...

                                               

Hochdorf District

Hochdorf District was one of the five Amtern, or districts, of the German-speaking Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. Its capital is the town of Hochdorf. It has a population of 73.398. In 2013 the name was changed from Amt Hochdorf to Wahlkreis Hoc ...

                                               

Lucerne District

For the district in Gatineau, Quebec, see Lucerne District Gatineau Lucerne District is a former Amt of the Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. It had a population of 176.710 and consisted of 18 municipalities, of which the city of Lucerne is the lar ...

                                               

Lucerne-Land District

Lucerne-Land District is one of the two new Wahlkreis formed from the former Lucerne Amt in 2013 in the Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. It has a population of 101.972 and includes everything but the city of Lucerne from the old Amt.

                                               

Lucerne-Stadt District

Lucerne-Stadt District is one of the two new Wahlkreis formed from the former Lucerne Amt in 2013 in the Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. It has a population of 81.691 and includes only the city of Lucerne. ^a 1992/97 survey gives a total area of ...

                                               

Sursee District

Sursee District is one of the five Amtern, or districts, of the German-speaking Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. Its capital is the town of Sursee. It has a population of 74.817. In 2013 the name was changed from Amt Sursee to Wahlkreis Sursee as ...

                                               

Willisau District

Willisau District is one of the five districts of the German-speaking Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland. Its capital is the town of Willisau. It has a population of 54.219. In 2013 its name was changed from Amt Willisau to Wahlkreis Willisau as part ...

                                               

Hofe District

Hofe District is a district of the canton of Schwyz, Switzerland. The coat of arms of the Hofe is per pale: gules, two lions rampant contourny or; and or, three lions passant gules. It has a population of 28.909. The district contains three munic ...

                                               

Schwyz District

Schwyz District is a district of the canton of Schwyz, Switzerland. It is both the largest and most populous of the six districts of the canton of Schwyz, accounting for around half its surface area, and 40% of the population. It has a population ...

                                               

Brunnen

Brunnen is a resort on Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, part of the municipality Ingenbohl, at 46°59′44″N 8°36′17″E. Brunnen railway station, on the Gotthard railway, is served by hourly InterRegio trains, and by lines S2 of the Stadtbahn Zug, which ...

                                               

Pfaffikon, Schwyz

Pfaffikon is the principal town of the Municipality of Freienbach in the canton of Schwyz in Switzerland. Together with Wollerau, Pfaffikon is considered the principal town of the district of Hofe and the center of the region of Ausserschwyz. The ...

                                               

Ausserbinn

Ausserbinn is a former municipality of the canton of Valais, Switzerland, and now part of the municipality of Ernen. Prior to its incorporation within Ernen, it was one of Switzerlands smallest municipalities with a population of only 41. The vil ...

                                               

Ayer, Switzerland

Ayer is a village in the district of Sierre in the Swiss canton of Valais. An independent municipality before, it merged on 1 January 2009 with neighboring Chandolin, Grimentz, Saint Jean, Saint-Luc and Vissoie to form the municipality of Anniviers.

                                               

Chelin, Switzerland

Chelin is located on the slope of the hill Chatelard, on the right side of the Rhone Valley, in the canton of Valais. The village is situated at around 8 km of Sion, at 8.5 km of Sierre and at 10.5 km of Crans-Montana.

                                               

Derborence

Derborence is a hamlet in the municipality of Conthey, in the canton of Valais, in Switzerland. It is located at 1.450 metres in an isolated valley on the south side of the Bernese Alps and is not permanently inhabited. Derborence is completely s ...

                                               

Euseigne

Euseigne is a village in the Swiss Alps, located in the canton of Valais. The village is situated in the central part of the canton, in the Val dHerens, south of Sion. It belongs to the municipality of Heremence Euseigne lies at a height of 979 m ...

                                               

Findeln

Findeln is a group of hamlets above Zermatt in the canton of Valais. They are located on the south facing slopes of the Sunnegga–Unterrothorn–Oberrothorn mountains. The main hamlets are Eggen and Ze Gassen, where there is a chapel. Both are easil ...

                                               

Saint-Pierre-de-Clages

Saint-Pierre-de-Clages is a village in Switzerland. It is located in the French-speaking part of the Canton of Valais in the municipality of Chamoson. The village of Saint-Pierre-de-Clages was joined with the municipality of Chamoson in 1376. It ...

                                               

Samstagern

Samstagern is a village in the municipality Richterswil in the district of Horgen in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland. Huttnersee is located in the village.

                                               

Feldbach, Switzerland

Feldbach is a village near Rapperswil, Switzerland. It is located on the north bank of the lake of Zurich and is part of the political municipality of Hombrechtikon. In the local dialect it is called Faldbach.

                                               

Feldmeilen

Feldmeilen is located in the district of Meilen in the Pfannenstiel region on the northwestern shore of the Zurichsee Lake Zurich between Zurich-Seefeld and Rapperswil. It is around 10 km from Zurich.

                                               

Kollbrunn

Kollbrunn is located in the district of Winterthur within the Toss Valley. Zell-Kollbrunn belongs to the urban area of the northwestern city of Winterthur. Neighbouring settlements are Kyburg, Rikon im Tosstal, Schlatt, Wildberg and Winterthur.

                                               

Tann, Switzerland

Tann is located in the Zurcher Oberland, in the south of Durnten, and is geographically part of the southern municipality of Ruti. Jona river is flowing through the eastern Joweid and Tannertobel, a small river valley.

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