Arosa

[Rhaetian Railway station] The station is the upper terminus of the line and has a number of passenger facilities including a ticket office, shop and cafe. A 299m long tunnel takes the line under part of Arosa as it ascends to the station. There is a large yard of freight/rolling stock sidings just beyond the station at the very end of the ...
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Arosa

Alpine village, health resort, and winter sports centre, Graubünden canton, eastern Switzerland, on the Plessur River. The village, at an elevation ... [1 related articles]
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Arosa

Arosa (ärō'zä) , town (1990 pop. 2,271), alt. c.6,000 ft (1,830 m), Grisons canton, E Switzerland. It is a health resort and sports center.
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Arosa

On 1 January 2013, the former municipalities of Calfreisen, Castiel, Langwies, Lüen, Molinis, Peist and St. Peter-Pagig merged into the municipality of Arosa. ==History== Arosa is first mentioned about 1330 as Araus. In 1383 it was mentioned as Orossen and in 1428 it was first mentioned as Arosa. The first known settlements are from the 13th cent...
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