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, Ger. Graubünden, Ital. Grigioni, Romansch Grischun, canton (1990 pop. 169,005), 2,746 sq mi (7,112 sq km), E Switzerland, bordering on Italy and Austria. Chur is the capital.
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SWISS THROUGH THE AIR Quick cable car zips skiiers between the stunning resorts of Arosa and Lenzerheide in Graubunden
There's the fairly informal Suvretta Stube, which serves Swiss specialities, mainly from the canton of Graubunden, and sizzling steaks, veal and 'catch of the day' fish straight from the grill.
Graubunden [Switzerland], August 24 ( ANI ): Eight people are missing following a landslide that forced the evacuation of a village in the Swiss Alps near the Italian border.
NEED TO KNOW R | | RICHARD IRVINE was a guest of the Graubunden Tourist Authority, and stayed at Hotel Intercontinental, Davos (intercontinental.
WThe hotel also what one is as I discovered NEED TO KNOW |RICHARD Irvine was a guest of the Graubunden Tourist Authority, and stayed at Hotel Intercontinental, Davos (intercontinental.
The New York Times reports that Migros, the company that produces the creamer packets, has recalled around 2,000 dictator-themed containers from coffee shops in the Graubunden region of Switzerland, calling the mix-up a "unforgivable incident.
Local residents are having problems with the stilted wooden playhouse and slide in the grounds of Roger Federer's property in Valbella, in the canton of Graubunden.
There's a guestbook with the signatures of stars who visited this resort - perhaps best known for being a ski favourite of the Royal Family - in the primarily German-speaking canton of Graubunden.
Contrary to general expectations and the forecasts of Graubunden authorities, there have been no major security problems in Davos.
The project area is located in the Graubunden slate of unterpenninischen TomE-ldecke.
One famous visitor was German expressionist painter Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, who came to Davos for convalescence nearly a hundred years ago and fell in love with the Graubunden light.