St. Moritz in Winter
St. Moritz, with its lake and its thermal waters, has been attracting tourists for over a thousand years, and the arrival of the ski on snow in the late 19th century, began to receive rich and famous from around the world, here they built the their mansions, in addition to luxury hotels, many scenarios and many famous films.
Copyright: Isabel Marques
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Uploaded: 12/02/2013
Updated: 10/09/2014


Tags: st. moritz; graubunden; switzerland; street; st. moritz in winter; village; snow; ski resort
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