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Sandrainstrasse 17
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Management

Silvio Leonardi, Oliver Stankiewitz

Editing

Luka Blumer

Homepage (Design & Realisation)

Cuno Vollenweider | infowerkstatt.ch, Bern | cuno@infowerkstatt.ch

Photography

The photographs used in the website are from wikipedia.org or commons.wikimedia.org and are in the public domain or under Creative Commons and GNU Free Documentation License

Photographs: Lydur Skulason, Kenny Muir, Flagstafffotos, Zermatt photos, Ikiwaner, Moshe Ash, Andreas Tille

Translation (German to English)

Louise Rapaud | www.easy-talk.ch | info@easy-talk.ch

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