The story of... in Engadin St. Moritz

In fact, history can be encountered at every turn -  for example, in the typical Engadin architecture that lends most of the villages their unmistakable character. Or in the Romansh language, actively fostered and still spoken by a remarkably large proportion of the popoulation. But history also lives on in the form of customs and traditions, such as Chalandamarz and Schlitteda, which locals are happy to share with visitors - but which are by no means celebrated simply for their benefit.

The story of St. Moritz
The story of St. Moritz
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Winter tourism was invented here in 1864 - with a brave wager by the hotelier Johannes Badrutt.
The story of Maloja
The story of Maloja
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With the construction of the road over the pass, a holiday resort was born - thanks to a Belgian count.
The story of Bever
The story of Bever
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From the pauper of the Upper Engadin to the environmental pioneer of Graubünden.
The story of La Punt
The story of La Punt
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Farming village and trade hub: one commune, two faces.
The story of Madulain
The story of Madulain
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This enchanting farming village is wonderfully tranquil, having carefully preserved its naturalness.
The story of S-chanf
The story of S-chanf
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Prosperity through emigration: confectioners made S-chanf wealthy.
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