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«The cradle of all silver tones»

Friedrich Nietzsche

Situated at an altitude of 1800 meters, the 80-kilometer-long Engadin - divided into Upper and Lower Engadin - is one of the highest inhabited valleys in Europe. The Inn River, which rises here, has given the region its name: In Rhaeto-Romanic, Engiadina means "garden of the Inn." It is no coincidence that this garden, with its average of 322 days of sunshine a year, is described as a treasure trove of nature: The extremely popular region lies at the foot of the impressive Bernina massif, encompasses numerous three-thousand-meter peaks, and in its center the lakes characteristic of the Upper Engadine are strung together like pearls.

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