Swiss culture and dating
Alpine folk music developed with the unwritten transfer of skills and compositions over generations, decades and even centuries.
The most commonly heard musical instruments include the "Schwyzerörgeli" (accordion), the violin, bass violin, clarinet and, in certain regions, the dulcimer or Trümpi (Jew's harp).
There are a few dishes and specialities, such as fondue, Älplermagronen and chocolate, that are typical of Switzerland, but there is no real Swiss cuisine to speak of.
There is a cuisine with Bernese Platter and Bernese Rösti. A cuisine with St Gallen Ribelmais and whitefish from Lake Constance.
Switzerland has many customs that are tied to the calendar - most are of pagan origin or have a religious connection.
The festivals celebrated in Switzerland differ considerably depending on the season and the region.
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The Valais is famous for its raclette, Graubünden for its Capuns, Zurich for its Geschnetzeltes, Lucerne for its Chügelipastete and Ticino for its Mortadella und Luganighe.