Water in Switzerland Lake Bachalp Lake Bachalp above Grindelwald in the Bernese Oberland, with the Schreckhorn in the distance. Lago Bachalp Brontallo The bridge over the Maggia river in the upper Maggia valley, canton Ticino. swissinfo.ch Val Bavona Waterfall in the Val Bavona, at the entrance to the Val Calnegia, canton Ticino. swissinfo.ch Inn River Rafting on the Inn River in the Lower Engadin, canton Graubünden. swissinfo.ch Vals The Vals thermal spa in canton Graubünden, designed by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. swissinfo.ch Val Ferrera A waterfall becomes an icy climbing wall, Val Ferrera, canton Graubünden. swissinfo.ch Glenner River A winter landscape on the Glenner River, which flows into the Rhine near Ilanz in canton Graubünden. swissinfo.ch Lake Sils A fisherman heads out early in the morning across Lake Sils in the Upper Engadin, canton Graubünden. swissinfo.ch Rhine Falls Spectators line up to view the Rhine Falls, Europe's biggest waterfall, in canton Schaffhausen. swissinfo.ch Aare River Escaping the summer heat in the Aare River outside the Marzili baths in canton Bern. swissinfo.ch Grande Dixence The Grande Dixence in canton Valais has the highest dam wall in the world (282m). swissinfo.ch Grimsel Hydroelectricity accounts for more than 60 per cent of the power produced in Switzerland. The waterfall at Lake Grimsel, canton Bern. swissinfo.ch Lake Lucerne The steamboat "Schiller" crosses Lake Lucerne. swissinfo.ch Geneva The symbol of Geneva, the famous Jet d'Eau (Water Spout). swissinfo.ch Rhine River "Helvetia", a sculpture by Bettina Eichin, casts an eye over the Rhine from one of Basel's bridges. swissinfo.ch Lake Geneva The Sun sets on the Lavaux vineyards above Lake Geneva between Vevey and Lausanne, canton Vaud. swissinfo.ch Geneva Lights adorning a Christmas tree in Geneva are reflected in the city's lake. swissinfo.ch Waterways reflect landscapes This content was published on May 9, 2006 May 9, 2006 More More The changing face of International Geneva International Geneva is an important hub for multilateralism. But it is facing some unprecedented challenges. Contributions under this article have been turned off. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sort by Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Download the SWIplus app and stay informed Do you want to stay informed abroad? Now our app SWIplus offers even more Switzerland: with news, stories and our briefing!
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