"Switzerland" Blogs & Blog Posts

Parlez-vous moo?Parlez-vous moo?

Gin-drinking, rugby-loving, nutty cow.

 
Photoblog about SwitzerlandPhotoblog about Switzerland

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Bier (Beer) AdventuresBier (Beer) Adventures

So you like Beer? Do you like adventures? Well this is the site for you

 


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A St Gallen museum has returned two 17th-century ornamental silver and gold-plated ships plundered by the Nazi regime to the heirs of a German-American Jewish art collector. The silver-and-gold plated ornamental ships were made in 1630 by the German...

An EPFL study commissioned by the Canton of Bern has come up with three possible ways of protecting the Sutz-Lattrigen archaeological site, which offers a rare insight into the lives of pile dwellers. Sutz-Lattrigen was listed as a UNESCO World Herit...

President Trump and Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program today -- an initiative aimed at exploring expanded use of drones. While the Obama administration began allowing some drone a...

Did Ötzi have Swiss relatives? New information has emerged this week about an archaeological discovery in Switzerland that points to significant links between areas north and south of the Alps 5,000 years ago. The copper axe-head found in 2008 at R...

Workers digging the foundations for a new car park have unearthed the burial site of a Bronze Age warrior, revealing a rich source of artefacts including a sword, jewellery and other ornaments. The burial site of a Bronze Age warrior has revealed y...

Over the course of the Neolithic period, secondary products from cattle such as milk, manure and animal power became more important. This led to larger herds, and the increased demand for grazing resources could have led to herding strategies that to...

A Bronze Age wooden container found in an ice patch at 2,650m in the Swiss Alps could help archaeologists shed new light on the spread and exploitation of cereal grains following a chance discovery. Bronze Age wooden container found in an ice patch...