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Grisons

(ɡrizɔ̃)
n
(Placename) the French name for Graubünden

Gri•sons

(Fr. griˈzɔ̃)

n.
a canton in E Switzerland. 185,063; 2747 sq. mi. (7115 sq. km). Cap.: Chur. German, Graubünden.
Translations
Grigioni
Graubünden
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In the afternoon, we wandered to the outdoor skating rink and I can highly recommend the hotel's Scalottas Carn & Caschiel restaurant, where we enjoyed Bundner Tapas with gourmet regional Grisons produce.
Invitation to tender: Services Replacement cantonal radio network Grisons (DL EKRGR)
Authorities had evacuated around 100 people from the village of Bondo and airlifted hikers from nearby huts in the eastern canton of the Grisons after rocks and mud hit the area early on Wednesday.
It is a man about 1,90m, he is bald and he is believed to be driving a white VW 'Caddy' with a (Swiss) license plate from the canton of Grisons.
The Rhine Gorge between Reichenau and Ilanz is one of the most spectacular and unique landscapes in Grisons and perhaps even the Alps.
The hotel is located in the distinguished tourist destination of Flims Laax Falera in the canton of Grisons, allowing for access to major European cities, including those in Switzerland, Southern Germany, Austria and Italy.
Gall, Swiss Grisons, and Liechtenstein), we conducted microbiological analysis from sample material.
The Mountland project furthermore involved a wide range of stakeholders in different mountain regions: local authorities, private sector and representatives of the civil society in the cantons of Vaud, Valais and Grisons in Switzerland.
Switzerland's fourth official language, Romansh is spoken by around 34,000 people, mostly residing in small mountain towns in the north-eastern canton of Grisons (better known by its German name, Graubunden).
Swiss International highlights Canton Grisons cuisine Swiss International travellers will be experiencing some of the food specialities and customs of SwitzerlandOs Canton Grisons over the next three-and-a-half months.
Among specific topics are indirect measurement in morphological typology, qualitative and quantitative ways of tapping into the multilingual repertoire, underlying parameters and methodological procedures for historical text analysis, experimental methods in psycholinguistics, and the territoriality principle's applicability to the Romansh area in the Swiss canton of Grisons.
Another, the "Energieregion Goms" project, is pursuing a vision that would see Goms in the Swiss Canton Valais become one of the first "Energy Regions" in the Swiss Alps, while the "Walserweg" project in Canton Grisons is putting together a range of sustainable tourist services for hikers.