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Switzerland, a landlocked country, is located in between Western, Central, and Southern Europe. It is bordered by Italy, France, Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein. The country spans a total area of 41,285 square kilometers, or 15,940 square miles. Switzerland is home to a population of 8.7 million inhabitants, which is concentrated mainly on the plateau near large urban areas. The three largest cities and economic centers within Switzerland are Zürich, Geneva, and Basel. Switzerland has no official capital city, however the city of Bern is the unofficial-official seat of government. The government is a direct democracy, and the current president is Ignazio Cassis.

Switzerland is a country home to numerous mountains. 14% of the Alps entire land area is located within Switzerland. 48 of these mountains reach over 4,000 meters above sea level, or 13,000 feet. Monte Rosa is the highest point of the country, reaching an altitude of 4,634 meters or 15,203 feet. The country is more populated in the northern part of the country, which contains 30% of the country’s entire population. This more populated area is called the Swiss Plateau, and is home to more open and hilly landscapes rather than large mountains.The animal life of Switzerland is primarily Alpine. Within forests, one can expect to find deer, rabbits, foxes, badgers, squirrels, as well as many types of birds, including eagles. Snakes and lizards are also commonly found animals in southern regions of the country. Switzerland is a country that has recently started to put stricter enforcements on protecting the environment and the land around them. Animal life is protected yearly with the exception of a brief hunting season. The country pledges to reach zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050, and also pledged to reduce the emissions by 50% by the year 2030.

Switzerland is home to a stable economy that is known for being high-tech. The country is very wealthy, and has been ranked as the world’s richest country in numerous rankings. Switzerland also serves as one of the world’s centers for life sciences. Some of the largest exports from Switzerland are packaged medicaments, gold, blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures, base metal watches, and jewelry. The most important economic sector to Switzerland is manufacturing, which includes the production of specialist chemicals, health and pharmaceutical goods, as well as precision measuring instruments and musical instruments.

Like many other developed countries, Switzerland’s population rapidly increased during the industrial revolution. Currently, the population is aging, and the country is home to one of the oldest populations in the world, with an average age of 42.5 years old. The birthrate of Switzerland is also very low, and is estimated to be only around half of the world’s average. As of 2020, immigrant residents made up 25.7% of the country’s entire population, which is one of the largest rates within the developed world. Italians made up the largest of these immigrants, with a total of 14.7%.

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Old Maps of Switzerland
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Switzerland.

Switzerland, a landlocked country, is located in between Western, Central, and Southern Europe. It is bordered by Italy, France, Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein. The country spans a total area of 41,285 square kilometers, or 15,940 square miles. Switzerland is home to a population of 8.7 million inhabitants, which is concentrated mainly on the plateau near large urban areas. The three largest cities and economic centers within Switzerland are Zürich, Geneva, and Basel. Switzerland has no official capital city, however the city of Bern is the unofficial-official seat of government. The government is a direct democracy, and the current president is Ignazio Cassis.

Switzerland is a country home to numerous mountains. 14% of the Alps entire land area is located within Switzerland. 48 of these mountains reach over 4,000 meters above sea level, or 13,000 feet. Monte Rosa is the highest point of the country, reaching an altitude of 4,634 meters or 15,203 feet. The country is more populated in the northern part of the country, which contains 30% of the country’s entire population. This more populated area is called the Swiss Plateau, and is home to more open and hilly landscapes rather than large mountains.The animal life of Switzerland is primarily Alpine. Within forests, one can expect to find deer, rabbits, foxes, badgers, squirrels, as well as many types of birds, including eagles. Snakes and lizards are also commonly found animals in southern regions of the country. Switzerland is a country that has recently started to put stricter enforcements on protecting the environment and the land around them. Animal life is protected yearly with the exception of a brief hunting season. The country pledges to reach zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050, and also pledged to reduce the emissions by 50% by the year 2030.

Switzerland is home to a stable economy that is known for being high-tech. The country is very wealthy, and has been ranked as the world’s richest country in numerous rankings. Switzerland also serves as one of the world’s centers for life sciences. Some of the largest exports from Switzerland are packaged medicaments, gold, blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures, base metal watches, and jewelry. The most important economic sector to Switzerland is manufacturing, which includes the production of specialist chemicals, health and pharmaceutical goods, as well as precision measuring instruments and musical instruments.

Like many other developed countries, Switzerland’s population rapidly increased during the industrial revolution. Currently, the population is aging, and the country is home to one of the oldest populations in the world, with an average age of 42.5 years old. The birthrate of Switzerland is also very low, and is estimated to be only around half of the world’s average. As of 2020, immigrant residents made up 25.7% of the country’s entire population, which is one of the largest rates within the developed world. Italians made up the largest of these immigrants, with a total of 14.7%.

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