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Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
Suisse switzerland
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Suisse switzerland

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  • 1. By: Brooke Songey and Kristina Waters SUISSE (SWITZERLAND)
  • 2. Basic Information
    • Switzerland is bordered by Germany, France, Italy, and Austria
    Switzerland’s capital city Bern(e) Map of Switzerland
    • The capital of Switzerland is Bern or Berne in French
  • 3. Government
    • Switzerland is a federal state composed of 26 cantons
    • Switzerland government is a team consisting of 7 members with equal rights.
    • The members are usually re-elected every four years in December
    • There is no legal limit to the total term of office
    • Every year the position of President is rotated to one of the seven members.
  • 4. Languages of Switzerland
    • 65% of the population speaks German
    • 18% of the population speaks French
    • 10% of the population speaks Italian
    • 1% of the population speaks Romanish
  • 5. Madame Bossert’s Village, Lutry Madame Bossert’s Dad in his backyard “ A Charming and Typical Swiss Town on the Shores of Lake Geneva” Celtic Stones in Lutry
  • 6. The Three “Monsters”
    • Mt. Eiger, Mt. Mönch, and Mt. Jungfrau
    • All part of the Bernese Alps in or near Switzerland
    • They are nicknamed “Big Three” or “Three Monsters” by the locals
    • Skilled climbers will attempt to climb these large mountains, but few actually succeed.
  • 7. Mt. Eiger
  • 8. Mt. Mönch
  • 9. Mt. Jungfrau
  • 10. Ice Museum
    • Located at the peak of Mt. Jungfrau
    Penguin sculptures at the Jungfrau Ice Museum
  • 11. QUIZ
    • What is the capitol of Switzerland?
    • How many cantons is the federal state composed of?
    • How many members are on the government team?
    • What is the main language spoken in Switzerland?
    • What village did Madame Bossert grow up in?
    • What are the three “Big Monsters”
    • True or False: No one has ever attempted to climb these monsters?
    • On top of which mountain is the ice museum located?
  • 12. Fondue
    • Ingredients
      • Le Chocolat
      • La crème fouettée
      • Les bananes
      • Les fraises
      • Du sucre
  • 13. Swiss Pop Music

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