Happy 1st of August !

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It’s a holiday all over Switzerland today, because it’s Swiss National Day !

We have introduced you to the different national languages of our country, the event that this festival commemorates, or how it’s celebrated in our articles from previous years.

Today we would like to ask you : what is Switzerland for you ?

Tell us, starting your comment with “Switzerland is… »

34 thoughts on “Happy 1st of August !

  1. Lone Star Cats

    Switzerland is . . . a place da momma wants to visit!

    My momma has never been out of the US and would love to visit Europe. She’s heard a lot of people say they really enjoyed visiting Switzerland and it looks so pretty!

    Happy Switzerland Day!

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  2. Memories of Eric and Flynn

    Switzerland is… a place I would love to go back to with Ivor. but that is unlikely to happen now. I went there on a school holidays trip 52 years ago and stayed in Kandersteg. It was the first time I had been overseas and I still remember it so well. I imagine it has changed over the years though.

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  3. Eastside Cats

    I admire the Swiss for their fortitude, and for standing up for themselves throughout history. Their reputation is for steadfastness, precision-work, and strength. I hope to visit someday, as many other commenters have noted!

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  4. The Florida Furkids

    Switzerland is a place Mom would love to visit. Funny thing is she’s going to a Farmer’s Market today and one of the booths is called Barbara’s Swiss Treats and it’s supposed to have all kinds of Swiss goodies!

    The Florida Furkids

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  5. databbiesotrouttowne

    Switzerland iz wear R total lee awesum palz Pixie & Zorro live !!! ☺☺☺♥♥♥
    oh, and Claire & Momo two 😉 ♥♥ !!

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  6. Mary McNeil

    Switzerland is…a place we know very little about, but your blog and a couple of others are helping us learn a lot.

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  7. Timmy Tomcat

    We think of the mountains and beautiful scenery along with the handsome people. We appreciate how Switzerland has been so important in world affairs by taking stands for its own peoples national identity.
    Yay Switzerland!

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  8. Sherri-Ellen T-D.

    Meow meow Happy Swiss Day to you Miss Claire an Mom an Pixie an Zorro!!!
    LadyMeow sayss Switzerland meenss Swiss Alpss to her an ree-memburrin when her Ma went to yore country an got lost….on purrpose….Her PawPaw had to fly from Catnada over to yore country an go lookin fore her….mew mew mew….
    ***purrsss*** BellaDharma an (((huggiesss))) LadyMeow

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  9. Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs

    Happy Swiss National Day!

    Switzerland means beautiful mountains, landscapes, those long horns, and the yummy chocolate, milk products and warm woolies from the sheep and cattle that graze in the pretty meadows. And snow on mountain tops!
    Geneva is special to us, as the place made famous by John Calvin…and the music and hymns from that time.

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  10. Pam

    Switzerland is a completely beautiful country and one of the countries we visited on our honeymoon in 1990. Warm friendly people – gorgeous countryside – we stayed in a lovely place in Lucerne and really enjoyed the beautiful city sights. Happy Swiss National Day!

    Love, Pam and Teddy too

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  11. Deziz World

    Ya’ll are purretty much all we know of Switzerland. So, Switzerland is, Zorro and Pixie and awnty Claire and uncle Momo. And, we luv it and ya’ll. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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  12. Raven

    Switzerland is where handsome Zorro and beautiful Pixie live!
    I bought some Swiss cheese today. I don’t know if it actually originated in Switzerland, or it just has that name. I will have to go look that up.

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  13. Erin the cat princess

    Switzerland is . . . . a small haven amidst a world of strife. Somewhere of beauty and full of interesting sights. I am also hoping they sell good cream, too, though all I hear about is a cheese with holes, MOL
    Purrs
    ERin

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