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Place de la Planta - Sion
Switzerland

The Place de la Planta is the largest square in Sion in Switzerland, a big pedestrian zone. Here is headquartered the Government Palace the Valais Cantonal and a monument commemorating the centenary of the integration of Valais in Switzerland, in 1815.

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送信日: 20/05/2011
更新日: 10/09/2014
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Tags: sion; switzerland; valais; europe; city; square
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