Vevey


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Vevey

(vəvā`), town (1990 pop. 15,968), Vaud canton, W Switzerland, on the Lake of Geneva. It is a popular tourist resort. Various goods are manufactured, including chocolate, leather goods, and wood products. It is the site of a major wine festival.
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In this region, in the month of June, American travelers are extremely numerous; it may be said, indeed, that Vevey assumes at this period some of the characteristics of an American watering place.
In Geneva, as he had been perfectly aware, a young man was not at liberty to speak to a young unmarried lady except under certain rarely occurring conditions; but here at Vevey, what conditions could be better than these?
Her nephew, who had come up to Vevey expressly to see her, was therefore more attentive than those who, as she said, were nearer to her.
Winterbourne took a carriage, and they drove back to Vevey in the dusk; the young girl was very quiet.
Eligio Novello, Rue de l~Union 15, 1800 Vevey, Suisse, Telephone: +41 21 921 86 36, Fax: +41 21 921 86 48, E-mail: info@u15.
1991: Graham Greene, one of Britain's leading novelists for more than 30 years, died at Vevey, Switzerland, aged 86.
dublin & (e)Ballybrack estates ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at old court villa, off vevey road, bray, co.
That morning I'd caught a train from the beguiling Vevey, a town of pastel hued homes, carefully shuttered windows and larger-than-life art work, carefully detailed on walls, perched on the shores of Lake Geneva.
1991: Graham Greene, one of Britain's leading novelists, died at Vevey, Switzerland, aged 86.
Russian TechnoStroyExport, and Switzerland's Stucky, Abb (Alstom), Sulzer Hydro Ltd and Hydro Vevey companies.
Vevey and Montreux are unique twin cities that fall in the French part of Switzerland, so the language, people and the cuisine are tres French.