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Crap da Sass castle, Engadine region, Grisons canton, Switzerland

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In Today's Daily Jigsaw Puzzle, we visit Crap da Sass Castle, in the scenic Engadine region of Grisons canton in Switzerland.

The castle stands on the shores of Lake Sils, the largest lake in the Engadine Valley, offering breathtaking views of the crystal-clear waters against a backdrop of towering mountains.

Constructed in the early 20th century, Crap da Sass was built by the German architect Karl Koller for the German arms manufacturer Emil Georg Bührle. The castle's design reflects traditional and modern architectural styles, incorporating local materials to seamlessly integrate with its alpine environment.

Despite its relatively recent construction, the castle carries an aura of medieval charm and exclusivity, as it remains a private residence and is not open to the public.

Lake Sils is a year-round attraction celebrated for its tranquil beauty and diverse recreational activities. In summer, it draws enthusiasts for sailing, windsurfing, and hiking; in winter, it becomes a hub for cross-country skiing and other snow sports.

The Engadine region is characterized by its sparse population and preservation of Romansh culture, one of Switzerland's four national languages. Due to the rugged terrain, the population density in this area is low, making it one of the more secluded and pristine areas in Switzerland ♥
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nankypoo

Unfortunate name, lol.

Hdarlene

HOW INTERESTING THIS ONE IS. DON'T THINK I'VE EVER HEARD OF THIS ONE BEFORE.

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