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Why Russian people excited about Switzerland?

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You look so beautiful in white #zermatt #ski #matterhorn #snow
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The sunrise seen one year before
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Chalet Elbrus is the ultimate private residence right in the heart of Zermatt. An extraordinary ultra luxurious experience encompassing spa, chalet and entertainment complex in 565m2 of space.

http://www.hautemontagne.com/zermatt/chalet-elbrus/

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PLANES, TRAINS, AND BATTERY POWERED AUTOMOBILES.
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Around 500 electro cars are registered in Zermatt. Most of them were built by Stefan and Bruno Imboden in their workshop on Bodmenstrasse
The early electro's, built in 1977, are still in operation, as they have sophisticated technology and their bodies are made from aluminium. This prevents corrosion and is light-weight. At 2000 kilograms, electric cars cope well with the snowy roads during the winter. Their life span is 30 to 40 years. However, the Zermatt cat is not exactly cheap: it can cost between CHF 65,000 and CHF 90,000 and even up to CHF 120,000, when built to special requirements.
The heart of the vehicle is its battery. It is charged with electricity from the domestic supply network. Depending on the age of the battery, the weight of the load, driving behaviour, season and the gradient of the terrain, it needs to be charged either every day or every other day. Each charge costs between three and five CHF in electricity costs. Plus the purchase costs, which range from CHF 6000 to CHF 7000. The life span of the battery varies from four to twelve years.
Bruno Imboden cannot imagine the product ever becoming a hit export: “We want to remain a small business.”
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