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Maloja

(mälō`yä), pass, 5,960 ft (1,817 m) high, Grisons canton, SE Switzerland, leading from the Engadine valley to Italy. The lowest of passes to Italy, it crosses the Rhaetian Alps.
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The Engadine features the Maloja Wind, a steady breeze created by thermal winds coming down the mountainside that is prized among windsurfers, sailors and kitesurfers in the area, offering some of the best sailing conditions in the country.
Address : Strada Principale 25A, 7516 Maloja, Schweiz,
The complexities of their connection are foregrounded after Maria is approached by the highly regarded theater director Klaus Diesterweg (Lars Eidinger)--Valentine pronounces him "probably the best of his generation"--to star in a revival of the stage drama that launched her career twenty years earlier, Maloja Snake, written by a Bergmanesque figure named Wilhelm Melchior.
The film's title stems from the name for a meteorological phenomenon is the Swiss Alps (where most of the story takes place), "The Maloja Snake," which is also the title of the play.
Light and shifty Maloja winds held out just long enough on Lake St.
For Spring in the Alps, Segantini--who in the meantime had moved to Maloja, also in Graubfinden, and liked spending the winter in nearby Bregaglia--chose a high plateau outside the town of Soglio as a viewpoint.
Although the Maloja winds took some time to arrive on Lake St Moritz, it was worth the wait.
Por otro lado, la relacion entre Ernst y Giacometti se consolida en 1934, cuando el aleman pasa el verano en la residencia familiar de los Giacometti, situada en la localidad suiza de Maloja.
There were several conferences held on the theme of unity in the late 1930s, particularly the Conference of Life and Work in Eisenach, and the World Conference on Faith and Order held at Maloja.
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By way of Monte Street, we ended up on Maloja Street, which took us to Marques Gonzalez, after crossing Belascoain Street through the side of the famous Escuela de Artes y Oficios (School of Arts and Crafts), founded in Spanish colonial times and located in close proximity to Fronton Habana-Madrid, a pelota court that attracted the world's best practitioners of the dangerous Basque sport called jai-alai.
Since 1997, a four-day workshop on the future of work has taken place annually at Salecina in the Swiss Alpine town of Maloja.