Janie van der Heijden and Andre van Duyne pass through Chur, the oldest town in Switzerland, in this episode of I’m thinking of Switzerland Rheinschlucht: A magnificent natural backdrop along the Rhine River, created by a massive mountain cliff.
Farmers were likely already living in Chur, Switzerland’s oldest city, as early as 9,000 BC. Nowadays, the place offers not only special historical churches and squares, but also a lively center and the world-famous Graubünden Art Museum. Janie van der Heijden and Andre van Duyne train there in this training I’m thinking of Switzerland to.
Janie van der Heijden and Andre van Duyne
From here they also pass the Rheinschlucht – Switzerland’s Grand Canyon: a magnificent natural backdrop along the Rhine with white rock walls, created by a huge mountain slide nearly 10,000 years ago. Finally, the duo lands at Arosa, a winter sports resort where they attend training for Alphorn players. The episode ends warmly with Van der Heijden’s cheese fondue.
When will the film “Thinking of Switzerland” be shown on TV?
I’m thinking of Switzerland It can be watched every Sunday from 9:38 PM on MAX on NPO1.
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