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Switzerland is known for its mountains (Alps in south, Jura in northwest) but it also has a central plateau of rolling hills, plains, and large lakes. The highest point is Dufourspitze at 4,634m while Lake Maggiore is only 195m above sea level. Switzerland's independence and neutrality have long been honoured by the major European powers and showcases three of Europe's most distinct cultures. To the northeast is the clean and correct, 8-to-5-working, stiffer Swiss-German-speaking Switzerland; to the southwest you find the wine drinking and laissez-faire style known from the French; in the southeast, south of the Alps, the sun warms cappuccino-sippers loitering in Italian-style piazzas; and in the centre: classic Swiss alphorns and mountain landscapes. Binding it all together is a distinct Swiss mentality. Switzerland can be a glorious whirlwind trip whether you've packed your hiking boots, snowboard, or just a good book and a pair of sunglasses...
There is a vibrant LGBT community with a wide range of gay and lesbian subculture in the two main cities of Zurich and Geneva, as well as some on offer in the regional centres of Basel, Bern, Lucerne, Lausanne, and St. Gallen. The rights of individuals have traditionally had a high priority while there is still a strong contrast between cities and the countryside in public discourse about LGBT rights in Switzerland...
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Kernstr. 57 Zurich, Switzerland 8004
Postfach 3312 Zurich, Switzerland 8000
The gay and lesbian sports association covering Zurich and surroundings.
Der schwullesbische Sportverein im Großraum Zürich.
Konradstrasse 1 Zurich, Switzerland 8005
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