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Bern

An old town ennobled by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site; the Aare river, in which you can swim around the federal parliament building; the Einsteinhaus on Kramgasse, in which physics was revolutionised in 1905 with the theory of relativity; the Gurten, Bern’s local mountain, from which you can see three of the world’s most famous mountains, the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau; the Zentrum Paul Klee, the architecturally extraordinary home of one of the most exciting painters of the 20th century; the Reitschule, a grassroots, self-governed cultural centre for over 30 years, one of the most controversial addresses in the federal capital; the Wankdorf Stadium, home to a sporting miracle since the legendary FIFA World Cup Final on 4 July 1954: Bern is a village, a city, an event. Bern is also an attitude towards life. Be part of it!

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