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The Swiss Alpine Museum is dedicated to the Swiss mountain range, covering all aspects including geology, glaciology, flora and fauna, cartography, folklore, tourism, and winter sports..
The Swiss Alpine Museum is dedicated to the Swiss mountain range, covering all aspects including geology, glaciology, flora and fauna, cartography, folklore, tourism, and winter sports.
Helvetiapl. 4, 3005 Bern, Switzerland
+41 31 350 04 40
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