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Encyclopedia > Municipalities of the canton of Graubünden

There are 209 municipalities in the canton of Graubünden, Switzerland (as of April 2004). Graubünden or Grisons (German: Graubünden; Italian: Grigioni; Romansh: Grischun; French: Grisons), is the largest and easternmost Swiss canton. ... 2004 is a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


See also: Municipalities of Switzerland Municipalities are the smallest government division in Switzerland. ...

  • Almens
  • Alvaneu
  • Alvaschein
  • Andeer
  • Andiast
  • Ardez
  • Arosa
  • Arvigo
  • Ausserferrera
  • Avers
  • Bergün/Bravuogn
  • Bever
  • Bivio
  • Bonaduz
  • Bondo
  • Braggio
  • Breil/Brigels
  • Brienz/Brinzauls
  • Brusio
  • Buseno
  • Calfreisen
  • Cama, Graubünden
  • Castaneda
  • Castasegna
  • Castiel
  • Casti-Wergenstein
  • Castrisch
  • Cauco
  • Cazis
  • Celerina/Schlarigna
  • Chur
  • Churwalden
  • Clugin
  • Conters im Prättigau
  • Cumbel
  • Cunter
  • Davos
  • Degen
  • Disentis/Mustér
  • Domat/Ems
  • Donat
  • Duvin
  • Falera
  • Fanas
  • Feldis/Veulden
  • Felsberg
  • Fideris
  • Filisur
  • Fläsch
  • Flerden
  • Flims
  • Flond
  • Ftan
  • Fuldera
  • Furna
  • Fürstenau
  • Grono
  • Grüsch
  • Guarda, Switzerland
  • Haldenstein
  • Hinterrhein
  • Igis
  • Ilanz
  • Innerferrera
  • Jenaz
  • Jenins
  • Klosters-Serneus
  • Küblis
  • La Punt-Chamues-ch
  • Laax
  • Ladir
  • Langwies
  • Lantsch/Lenz
  • Lavin
  • Leggia
  • Lohn
  • Lostallo
  • Lüen
  • Lumbrein
  • Luven
  • Luzein
  • Madulain
  • Maienfeld
  • Maladers
  • Malans
  • Malix
  • Marmorera
  • Masein
  • Mastrils
  • Mathon
  • Medel (Lucmagn)
  • Medels im Rheinwald
  • Mesocco
  • Molinis
  • Mon
  • Morissen
  • Mulegns
  • Müstair
  • Mutten
  • Nufenen
  • Obersaxen
  • Pagig
  • Parpan
  • Paspels
  • Peist
  • Pignia
  • Pigniu
  • Pitasch
  • Pontresina
  • Portein
  • Poschiavo
  • Praden
  • Pratval
  • Präz
  • Ramosch
  • Rhäzüns
  • Riein
  • Riom-Parsonz
  • Rodels
  • Rongellen
  • Rossa, Switzerland
  • Rothenbrunnen
  • Roveredo
  • Rueun
  • Ruschein
  • Saas
  • Safien
  • Sagogn
  • Salouf
  • Samedan
  • Samnaun
  • San Vittore
  • Santa Maria in Calanca
  • Santa Maria Val Müstair
  • Sarn
  • Savognin
  • Says
  • S-chanf
  • Scharans
  • Scheid
  • Schiers
  • Schlans
  • Schluein
  • Schmitten
  • Schnaus
  • Scuol
  • Seewis im Prättigau
  • Selma
  • Sent
  • Sevgein
  • Siat
  • Sils im Domleschg
  • Sils im Engadin/Segl
  • Silvaplana
  • Soazza
  • Soglio
  • Splügen
  • St. Antönien Ascharina
  • St. Antönien
  • St. Martin
  • St. Moritz
  • St. Peter
  • Stampa
  • Stierva
  • Sufers
  • Sumvitg
  • Sur
  • Suraua
  • Surava
  • Surcuolm
  • Susch
  • Tamins
  • Tarasp
  • Tartar, Switzerland
  • Tenna
  • Thusis
  • Tiefencastel
  • Tinizong-Rona
  • Trans, Switzerland
  • Trimmis
  • Trin
  • Trun
  • Tschappina
  • Tschiertschen
  • Tschierv
  • Tschlin
  • Tujetsch
  • Tumegl/Tomils
  • Untervaz
  • Urmein
  • Valchava
  • Valendas
  • Vals
  • Valzeina
  • Vaz/Obervaz
  • Vella
  • Verdabbio
  • Versam
  • Vicosoprano
  • Vignogn
  • Vrin
  • Waltensburg/Vuorz
  • Wiesen
  • Zernez
  • Zillis-Reischen
  • Zizers
  • Zuoz
  • Vnà

 
 

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