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The municipality Glarus (fr. Glaris, Ret. Glaruna, lat. Claruna) is the capital city of the same name of the Swiss Canton Glarus.
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Just below Glarus town, another glen (coming from the south-west) joins the main valley, and is watered by the KlOn, while from its head the Pragel Pass (a mule path, converted into a carriage road) leads over to the canton of Schwyz.
After the capital, Glarus (q.v.), the largest villages are Nafels (2557 inhabitants), Ennenda (2494 inhabitants, opposite Glrus, of which it is practically a suburb), Netstal (2003 inhabitants), Mollis (1912 inhabitants) and Linththal (1894 inhabitants).
In 1798, in consequence of the resistance of Glarus to the French invaders, the canton was united to other districts under the name of canton of the Linth, though in 1803 it was reduced to its former limits.
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