After a lunch hosted by the President of the Confederation, the diplomats visited the clock-manufacturing city of La Chaux de Fonds
39secs performance last weekend at Le Chaux de Fonds
The first revolved around place names: La Chaux de Fonds
in Switzerland (the home town of Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, aka Le Corbusier) and more glamorously, New York, Paris, Moscow, Rio and Algiers.
Se trata de la propuesta para el edificio que seria la sede de la escuela de artes aplicadas llamada les Ateliers d'Art Reunis promovida por su profesor y mentor Charles L'Eplattenier en un solar indefinido de La Chaux de Fonds
Ebel was founded in 1911 in La Chaux de Fonds
Born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret- Gris, in the watch-making town of La Chaux de Fonds
, the "godfather of modern architecture" was sent to a school of applied arts to learn the local industry, but instead became fascinated by the structure of buildings.
1961-62 (Cup Winners' Cup 1st round): Leixoes (Portugal) beat Chaux de Fonds
(Luxembourg) 7-6 on agg (lost 2-6 away, won 5-0 home).
The European and Commonwealth relay gold medallist competed in La Chaux de Fonds
and though he finished in fifth place in his 400 metres race his time of 45.
La bandera suiza del logotipo del Corvette recuerda la herencia europea del cofundador, Louis Chevrolet, hijo de un fabricante de relojes, quien nacio en La Chaux de Fonds
, en la cordillera Jura de Suiza, en 1878.
Le Corbusier born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in La Chaux de Fonds
, Switzerland, in 1887, was one of the most influential and controversial architects of the 20th century.
Having reached the semi-finals of the US Open in September, he claimed the Swiss International title in la Chaux de Fonds
after beating fellow Englishman Andrew South.
BADMINTON: Two Scots pairs tasted defeat in the finals of the European Circuit Tournament at La Chaux de Fonds
in Switzerland yesterday.