Guarda

(from the article `Switzerland`) Some villages, such as Guarda in the lower Engadin and Grimentz in the Val d`Anniviers of Valais, are renowned for their picturesque beauty, and ...
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Guarda

[Rhaetian Railway station] Guarda is a station on the Pontresina-Scuol-Tarasp railway line. There are two trains per hour to Scuol-Tarasp, and one to each of Disentis/Muster and Pontresina. There is currently one platform in use at Guarda station. ==Services== ...
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Guarda

city, north-central Portugal. Lying on the northeast side of the Estrela Mountains (Serra da Estrela) at an elevation of 3,465 ft (1,056 m), it is ...
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Guarda

Guarda (gwär'du) , city (1991 pop. 18,215), capital of Guarda dist., N central Portugal, in Beira Alta. On the slopes of the Serra da Estrela, it is Portugal's highest city (c.3,400 ft/1,040 m) and is a winter sports resort. Guarda is also the commercial center of an agricultural region, pr...
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