Nidwalden


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Nid•wal•den

(ˈnitˌvɑl dən)

n.
a canton in central Switzerland. 36,466; 106 sq. mi. (275 sq. km).
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The Waldhotel runs an outpatient Medical Centre and an in-patient Rehabilitation Clinic with a mandate outlined by the Canton of Nidwalden - one of the 26 territorial divisions of Switzerland.
It will create a total of 1,100 direct and indirect jobs, making it the second-largest employer in Canton Nidwalden.
It is creating a total of 1100 direct and indirect jobs, making it the second-largest employer in Canton Nidwalden.
Yet, the role of English as a foreign language in Switzerland seems to be threatening this agreement as shown by the inclusion of English as the first foreign language (before French) in elementary school in the cantons of Zurich, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Lucerne, Zug, Schaffhausen, Thurgau, St.
Die Kantone Schwyz, Obwalden und Nidwalden sind in Bearbeitung.
Zurich, Nidwalden, Glarus, Solothurn, Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Grisons, Basel-Country, Thurgau, Valais and Jura.
The 5-star BE-rgenstock Resort, built in 1991 sits 450 metres above Lake Lucerne in the canton of Nidwalden, on the BE-rgenstock
between Lucerne and the neighbouring cantons of Uri, Nidwalden, Obwalden, Zug, Zurich and Aargau.
These are, for most of the time period, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Glarus, Appenzell Innerrhoden, and Appenzell Ausserrhoden.
Table 4: Abbreviations of the Swiss Cantons AG Aargau NW Nidwalden AI Appenzell Innerrhoden OW Obwalden AR Appenzell Ausserrhoden SG St.
Der Einfluss der eidgenossischen Forstpolitik auf die forstliche Entwicklung im Kanton Nidwalden in der Zeit von 1876 bis 1980/196 Seiten.