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Culture of Switzerland - Wikipedia


Switzerland lies at the crossroads of several major European cultures. Three of the continent's major languages, German, French and Italian, are national ...

Switzerland Culture and Traditions - SwissVistas


Switzerland Culture goes beyond cheese, alphorn and Heidi. Traditions have developed over centuries and are kept alive throughout the country.

Culture of Switzerland - history, people, clothing, traditions, women ...


Orientation. Identification. Switzerland's name originates from Schwyz, one of the three founder cantons. The name Helvetia derives from a Celtic tribe called ...

Switzerland - Cultural Etiquette - e Diplomat


This is an insult. Body language varies from region to region in Switzerland. Corporate Culture. The Swiss take punctuality for business and social meetings very ...

Customs and Traditions - Switzerland Tourism


The Swiss have always maintained and nurtured their own local customs, and ... There is also a distinction between the culture in the mountains and the culture ...

People, Mentality and Demography - All About Switzerland


Swiss people: their mentality, aspects of immigration and multiculturalism, demography. ... Switzerland is deeply rooted in western European culture. If your own ...

Switzerland Culture and Traditions - World Map


Jul 31, 2014 ... Culture and Traditions The Swiss are humble and law-abiding people who are proud of their ethnic heritage. Because of this, folk culture and ...

Doing business in Switzerland: Swiss business culture | Working in ...


Tread carefully in Swiss business and social situations and be aware of Swiss cultural nuances. Elise Krentzel prepares you for business culture in Switzerland.

Swiss Culture - Hello Switzerland


Jan 20, 2014 ... In spite of having one of the highest foreign to local resident ratios in the world, the Swiss are fiercely protective of their culture and customs.

Etiquette in Switzerland: tips and pitfalls - The Local


Jul 25, 2012 ... The biggest challenge is pinning down who exactly typifies the average Swiss: there are four different cultures and languages. Some 64 per ...

The People of Switzerland
Ethnicity: German, French, Italian, Romansch
Languages: German (official), French (official), Italian (official), Serbo-Croatian, Albanian, Portuguese, Spanish, English, and Romansch (official)
Religions: Roman Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Orthodox, other Christian
Population: 8,211,700 (September 2014 est.) (96th)
Median Age: total: 42.1 years (2015 est.)
Female: 43.1 years (2015 est.)
Male: 41.1 years (2015 est.)
Literacy Rate: not reported by UNESCO 2015
Female: N/A
Legal drinking age: 18
People of:
Switzerland Travel Information and Travel Guide
If you could travel through only one European country, which might you choose? Italy? France? Germany? How about a taste of three in one? That can only mean Switzerland!Known as a summer and winter ... More »