Explore Switzerland with #TeamSiemens

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Some of our clients are well-known Swiss icons. They are symbols of our country's success and are synonymous with ingenuity and innovation. Discover our common history. Explore these mythical places that mix tradition and technology and that have forged the history of our country. Test your knowledge, and win a weekend stay in luxury hotel in the heart of Switzerland, a magical place which is part of the Swiss Icons.

Explore Switzerland with #TeamSiemens

Bürgenstock Resort

Tourism has a long tradition in the Lake Lucerne region. The first hotel was built on Mount Bürgenstock in 1873 and the mountain became a destination for gastronomy and tourism. In its heyday, prominent figures from the world of politics, business and society discovered the Bürgenstock Resort. / Photo © Bürgenstock Hotels AG

 

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Feldschlösschen

140 years ago, Feldschlösschen was founded with one vision: to make Switzerland’s finest beer. Did you know it takes only four ingredients to make beer? Tradition and know-how give the beer its distinctive taste. Today, Feldschlösschen produces forty varieties of beers. 

 

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Kunstmuseum Basel

The collection of Kunstmuseum Basel includes 4,000 paintings, sculptures, installations and videos along with 300,000 drawings spanning seven centuries. It is the largest public art collection in Switzerland and one of the oldest, publicly accessible art muse ums in the world. / Photo © Kunstmuseum Basel, Gina Folly

 

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Kulm Hotel St. Moritz

The Kulm Hotel St. Moritz is located at an altitude of 1856 metres. It offers a breathtaking view over Lake St. Moritz and enjoys over 300 days of sun per year. Dating back over 150 years, the grand building of the Kulm has an incomparable air of luxury, tradition, modern comfort and warm hospitality.

 

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Emmi Kaltbach Caves

The caves of Kaltbach have been used to age cheese since 1953. Today, Emmi, the world’s leading producer of Swiss cheese, stores around 156,000 cheese wheels in the caves. The sandstone naturally regulates the caves’ humidity and gives the cheese its unique flavor as it matures.

 

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Aquatis Lausanne

Aquatis, the largest freshwater aquarium vivarium in Europe, immerses its visitors in the rivers and lakes of five continents. More than 10,000 fish and hundreds of species of reptiles and plants can be observed here. This new-generation aquarium was inaugurated in Lausanne in 2017. 

 

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Gotthard Basel Tunnel

Covering a distance of 57 kilometers, the Gotthard Base Tunnel stretches from its north portal at Erstfeld in the Swiss Canton of Uri, to its south portal at Bodio in the Canton of Ticino. It is not only the world’s longest rail tunnel – it also showcases the finest Swiss precision engineering. 

 

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Chocolat Factory

Chocolat Frey has been pursuing its passion of producing chocolate creations since 1887. The company joined the Migros Group in 1950 and has been the largest chocolate manufacturer in Switzerland for the last 35 years. In 1966, Chocolat Frey moved its production from Aarau to Buchs. 

 

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Matterhorn-Gotthard-Bahn (Zermatt)

In 1891, the first train of today's Matterhorn Gotthard Railway ran on the line from Visp towards Zermatt. For the Gornergrat Bahn railway company, Siemens created the first rail traffic control system to be operated in the cloud.

 

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Take part in the competition and win a weekend stay in an iconic luxury hotel in Switzerland, which is also a showcase of our Siemens advanced technology. Fill the form and answer correctly those 10 questions.

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The competition is opened until the 31st of August 2020. No correspondence will be entered into about the competition, legal recourse is excluded. A cash payment of the prize is not possible. The winner will be drawn at random from all eligible participants and will be notified personally in September 2020. Without your above mentioned consent your data will only be used for conducting the draw as well as for making contact. The data will only be retained for as long as it is justified by this purpose. The data will be deleted in accordance with data protection regulations once the processing purpose no longer applies. All persons resident in Switzerland over the age of 18 can participate in the competition. Siemens employees can participate, except those working in Communications and those who have helped develop this competition. The general rules of the Siemens Business Code of Conduct apply. The prize will only be handed over under the condition that the information given in the entry form is correct. By participating, you agree to these conditions of participation. There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition. Only one entry will be accepted per person. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or any other Social Network.