Neuchâtel

The city has {as of|2007|December|lc=on} approximately 32,600 inhabitants (80,000 in the metropolitan area), by and large French-speaking, although the city is sometimes referred to historically by the German name Neuenburg, which has the same meaning, since it originally belonged to the Holy Roman Empire and later Prussia ruled the area until 184...
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Neuchatel

Canton with capital of the same name in the French Switzerland near the border too France, The viticulture is documented already from the year 998 occupied. The winegrowing area is one of the so-called Three-Lakes (look there). The vineyards cover 605 hectares of vineyards mostly on Lâc de Neuchâtel (Lake Neuchâtel), and Lac de Bienne (Bielersee...
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Neuchâtel

canton, western Switzerland, bordering France to the northwest and Lake Neuchâtel to the southeast and bounded by the cantons of Bern on the ...
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Neuchâtel

capital (since 1815) of Neuchâtel canton, western Switzerland, on the northwestern shore of Lake Neuchâtel, at the mouth of the Seyon River, partly ... [1 related articles]
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Neuchâtel

Neuchâtel (nöshätel') , Ger. Neuenburg, canton (1993 pop. 162,600), 309 sq mi (800 sq km), NW Switzerland, in the Jura Mts. It is a forested region with pastures. Cattle are raised, and cheese and wine are produced. Watches, mainly manufactured at Le Locle and La Chaux-de-Fonds, h...
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