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Belprahon is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is located in the French-speaking part of the canton in the Jura mountains. Belprahon was formerly known by its German name, Tiefenbach , though this name is no longer used. Throughout most of its history, Belprahon was part of the lands of Moutier-Grandval Abbey and the Abbey's college of canons.
The village was bypassed by the major roads through the Grand Val and so for most of its history was generally rural and agricultural. In the s many commuters moved into the village and by three-quarters of the working population commuted to jobs in other towns. A majority of the workers who work in the municipality now work in the services sector. It is the only municipality in the Grand Val that is not part of the parish of Grandval.
Rather it is part of the Reformed parish of Moutier. Belprahon has an area of 3. Of the rest of the land, 0. During the same year, housing and buildings made up 3. Out of the forested land, Of the agricultural land, On 31 December District de Moutier, the municipality's former district, was dissolved. On the following day, 1 January , it joined the newly created Arrondissement administratif Jura bernois.
Belprahon has a population as of December [update] of Migration accounted for 1. Most of the population as of [update] speaks French or As of [update] , the population was The population was made up of Swiss men There were Swiss women There were or As of [update] , children and teenagers years old make up As of [update] , there were people who were single and never married in the municipality.
There were married individuals, 15 widows or widowers and 17 individuals who are divorced. As of [update] , there were 26 households that consist of only one person and 12 households with five or more people. The historical population is given in the following chart: In the federal election, a total of votes were cast, and the voter turnout was As of [update] , there were a total of 67 people employed in the municipality.
Of these, there were 8 people employed in the primary economic sector and about 4 businesses involved in this sector. In [update] there were a total of 56 full-time equivalent jobs. The number of jobs in the primary sector was 6, all of which were in agriculture. The number of jobs in the secondary sector was 11, all of which were in manufacturing.
The number of jobs in the tertiary sector was In the tertiary sector; 20 or In [update] , there were 61 workers who commuted into the municipality and workers who commuted away. The municipality is a net exporter of workers, with about 2. A total of 35 workers Of that total, 53 made over 75, CHF per year.
From the census [update] , or Of the rest of the population, there was 1 member of an Orthodox church , and there were 24 individuals or about 7. There was 1 individual who was Islamic. In Belprahon about The Canton of Bern school system provides one year of non-obligatory Kindergarten , followed by six years of Primary school. This is followed by three years of obligatory lower Secondary school where the students are separated according to ability and aptitude.
Following the lower Secondary students may attend additional schooling or they may enter an apprenticeship. During the school year, there were a total of 18 students attending classes in Belprahon.
There were no kindergarten classes in the municipality. The municipality had one primary class and 18 students. Of the primary students, 5. Of those, 10 both lived and attended school in the municipality, while 14 students came from another municipality. During the same year, 41 residents attended schools outside the municipality.
Geographic coordinate system — A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols. The coordinates are chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position. A common choice of coordinates is latitude, longitude and elevation, to specify a location on a two-dimensional map requires a map projection.
The invention of a coordinate system is generally credited to Eratosthenes of Cyrene. Ptolemy credited him with the adoption of longitude and latitude. Ptolemys 2nd-century Geography used the prime meridian but measured latitude from the equator instead. Mathematical cartography resumed in Europe following Maximus Planudes recovery of Ptolemys text a little before , in , the United States hosted the International Meridian Conference, attended by representatives from twenty-five nations.
Twenty-two of them agreed to adopt the longitude of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, the Dominican Republic voted against the motion, while France and Brazil abstained. France adopted Greenwich Mean Time in place of local determinations by the Paris Observatory in , the latitude of a point on Earths surface is the angle between the equatorial plane and the straight line that passes through that point and through the center of the Earth.
The equator divides the globe into Northern and Southern Hemispheres, the longitude of a point on Earths surface is the angle east or west of a reference meridian to another meridian that passes through that point.
All meridians are halves of great ellipses, which converge at the north and south poles, the prime meridian determines the proper Eastern and Western Hemispheres, although maps often divide these hemispheres further west in order to keep the Old World on a single side.
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From , there were 25 cantons, which became 26 after the secession of the canton of Jura from Bern in The term canton, now used as English term for administrative subdivisions of other countries, originates in French usage in the late 15th century, from a word for edge.
After , canton was increasingly used in French and Italian documents to refer to the members of the Swiss Confederacy, English use of canton in reference to the Swiss Confederacy dates to the early 17th century. It was increasingly replaced by Stand after , the French term canton was not adopted into German usage prior to , and after that only in occasional use. The prominent usage of Ort and Stand only gradually disappeared in German-speaking Switzerland with the Helvetic Republic, only with the Act of Mediation of did German Kanton become an official designation, retained in the Swiss Constitution of The term Stand remains in usage and is reflected in the name of the upper chamber of the Swiss Parliament.
Republic Some cantonal constitutions provide for a formal name of the state. Though they were part of the Holy Roman Empire, they had become de facto independent when the Swiss defeated Emperor Maximillian in in Dornach. The old system was abandoned with the formation of the Helvetic Republic following the French invasion of Switzerland in , the cantons of the Helvetic Republic had merely the status of an administrative subdivision with no sovereignty.
The Helvetic Republic collapsed within five years, and cantonal sovereignty was restored with the Act of Mediation of , the status of Switzerland as a federation of states was restored, at the time including 19 cantons. The Liberal Radical Party embodied these democratic forces calling for a new federal constitution and this tension, paired with religious issues escalated into armed conflict in the s, with the brief Sonderbund War.
The victory of the party resulted in the formation of Switzerland as a federal state in The cantons retained far-reaching sovereignty, but were no longer allowed to maintain standing armies or international relations. Each canton has its own constitution, legislature, government and courts, most of the cantons legislatures are unicameral parliaments, their size varying between 58 and seats.
Canton of Bern — The canton of Bern is the second largest of the 26 Swiss cantons by both surface area and population. The canton of Bern is bilingual and has a population of 1,,, as of , the population included , foreigners. The cantonal capital, also the capital of Switzerland, is Bern. Bern joined the Swiss Confederation in and was between and one of the six directorial cantons of the Napoleonic Swiss Confederation and these caves were used at various times during the last ice age.
One of the best explored neolithic sites is at Twann, in the Twannbach delta there were about 25 Cortaillod culture and Horgen culture villages that existed between and BC.
One of the oldest examples of bread from Switzerland, a sourdough from — BC, simple copper objects were already in use in the 4th millennium BC, including a copper pin from Lattrigen from BC and a knife blade from Twann.
Shortly before BC bronze production entered the area and brought about a surge in development, settlements began to spread into the pre-Alpine and Alpine areas. The area between Lake Thun and the Niedersimmental were densely settled, Late Bronze Age settlements along Lake Biel have yielded up a wealth of items.
During the early Iron Age changes in climate forced them to settlements along many waterways and in the valley floors and move to the plateaus. With increased trade contacts across the Alps, the influence of the Mediterranean grew in the area.
Burial rituals and social classes became more developed during this time, the so-called princely graves became more common, many of the burial mounds were over 30 m in diameter and 4 m high and richly outfitted with grave goods. Districts of Switzerland — In contrast to centrally organised states, in the federally constituted Switzerland each canton is completely free to decide its own internal organisation. Therefore, there exists a variety of structures and terminology for the subnational entities between canton and municipality, loosely termed districts, most cantons are divided into Bezirke.
An eighth one, Appenzell Innerrhoden, uses no intermediate level either, bern in decided a reduction of its 26 districts to five administrative regions. Vaud decided a reduction from 19 to 10 districts, valais is planning a similar reduction and in Thurgau, a reduction of eight to four districts is under discussion. From , districts only have a statistical meaning, the districts are functionally equivalent to municipalities elsewhere in Switzerland, and are generally shown as municipalities on maps etc.
Bernese Jura — Bernese Jura is the name for the French-speaking area of the Swiss canton of Bern, and from one of ten administrative divisions of the canton./p>
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Either way, enjoy this one So day 2, volume 2. This was previously unavailable as i hated the first part of the original list that i put out in ' Of the rest of the land,0. During the same year, housing and buildings made up 0. Of the agricultural land, The municipality is located along the Birs river in the Moutier Canyon, on 31 December District de Moutier, the municipalitys former district, was dissolved.
On the following day,1 January , it joined the newly created Arrondissement administratif Jura bernois, the blazon of the municipal coat of arms is Per pale Gules and Argent a Monastery Counterchanged.
Roches has a population of , as of ,6. Over the last 10 years the population has changed at a rate of Most of the population speaks French as their first language, German is the second most common, as of , the population was The population was made up of 99 Swiss men and 9 non-Swiss men, there were Swiss women and 6 non-Swiss women.
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Corcelles is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. The Corcelles railway bridge stretches across the valley. Courtelary is a municipality of the French-speaking Bernese Jura, in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. School house in Courtelary. Camille Bloch Chocolates in Courtelary.
Courtelary train station and surrounding mountains. The entrance to the village and surrounding mountains. The Congress of Vienna German: The national boundaries within Europe set by the Congress of Vienna.
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Wappen der Stadt Eisenstadt. Wappen von Spittal an der Drau. Wappen von Viennaer Neustadt. Eschert is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Eschert village and the surrounding mountains. Municipal administration building in Eschert. Eschert coat of arms. Court is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland.
Our father has a horse, which yet young is. The horse, which we bought have, is yet young. My brother has a watch. My watch is small, but it is very good. I have a penknife lost. Have you my penknife gefunben? We have the hoi-se seen, which your father lx ught has.
This pen is for my sister. SBrief breef [to], letter. Der greunb meined S3ruberd t l nocb jung. The house of my uncle is very small, but his garden is grog. Have you the letter of my sister received?
Our lady neighbor has the queen seen. Where is the dog of our neigh- bard? Have you the pen of my sister found? My sister has a book to her cousin gef t t! My father hiis to this child a i enknife given. Have you to your cousin bad Su fi gefcbtcft? My uncle has his horse to his neighbor 42 wrfauft. Have you your garden to your uucle sold? I have to ray brother thy book lent. D2a nn man , man.
The son of the neigh- bard tfl franf. SBo tfi bad bor is sick. Have you the horse of the merchant seen? The door of your house is open. Our maid-servant is the gardener's sister. The maid-servant of the neighbor is very treu. Where have you this paper bought? My friend speaks always of the daughter of our f. The letter is from the cousin of the gardener. This man has his? I have to the friend of our f.
The pens of my sister are gut. The children of the neighbor are sick. The little girls are already satisfied. Long days, short nights. I am happy, and my sister t l gufrieben. Wetne Safe is satisfied. I have this chair to the gardener sold.
These girls speak tmnter! I have to my uncle the paper sent, which you bought have. Have you my flowers already seen? These days are beautiful. This door 44 t l ojfcn. Wann i l trcu. This chair is large. This man is faithful. The sun is larger, than the moon. My sister is more diligent, than my brother. Our cat ifl befTer, aid bie eurige. Sonbon ifl bie griigte Stabt ber SBelt. Die Xage is better, than yours.
London is the largest city of the world. Dad are shorter, than the nights. A dog is more faithful, than a cat. Our neighbor is the richest man of the city. Die Sonne tfl bte treue cousin. I like diligent and faithful men. Cats are often more useful, than dogs.
U tttele, too many. The rich man has much money. My friend has more money, than I. Have you much bread? Give me a little butter. This is bread enough. Da ifl etn toenig Ster. There is a little beer. There are many large trees in this garden. This woman has many Jtinbn.
I liave leas money, than yon, but I am happier, than yon. In this room there are too few chaiis. This poor woman is bungrifl, gctl U i tin ncnig Srut.
Give this poor man some bread, he is so hungry. Mend ten pounds of sugar sent. What o'clock is it? In the garden of our neighbor there are twenty large trees. I have three dollars for my hat and four dollars for metne SBefle gegeben. We have to-day five letters received. My father has five dollars to the wife of the gardener sent. How old are you? How old is your brother? My cousin is yet not twelve years old.
This is the year eighteen hundred teben unb acjitjig. Is the world yet not older than six thousand years? Jd ifl brei Utjr, three, half past four. What o'clock is it by your watch? Jd a quarter past four, a quarter of six o'clock. It is yet not six o'clock. Urn toie lotel has seven o'clock struck.
It is going to eight o'clock strike. At half past eleven o'clock. SUern aK-tern , parents. Du btfl mi jufrteben.
Thou art not satisfied. My sister is diligent, she likes to work. We are not sad, toir. Those, who satisfied are, are happy.
You are yet young, but you are more reasonable, n! Are you always happy? Have you many friends? Has he money enough? These children are sick, they have too otrl Db l gegeffen. Xante tan-'-te , aunt. I had many books and friends. Vlan litht bte thy your sister. My niece was always modest and active. She had a great number of flowers in her house. Weine gran ift my brother has your lead-pencil had.
Where is your wife?. SBer fann ein guted! Who will my breakfast prepare? Who can a good dinner cook? Where have you been, 61 metnc Damcn? We were yesterday very happy, we had much pleasure. Won shin , fine. Diefe T amt toirb btefen Slbenb bet mtr fetn. This lady will this evening with me be. Pears are a good fruit, I like them. SSergniigen Will you to-morrow evening in the theater be? I shall too tired be.
This wUl too much for thee have been. Not all men would satisfied and glficflt! What hast thou with my dog done?
S3 and 24, and List oflrreg. Thou lovest thy friends and he loves ffe auc. Thy sister loves our grandmother and believes, that she also by xi v geltebt totrb.
I came into the house of my uncle and dined with him. I am mtt Dtr, fpnctit! SBarum anhoortetcft had too much to do. Why camest thou not, my friend?
I said to him yesterday: My mother expected her f. Dtefer en who last week in Boston was; but she came not. We expected you the whole evening. Have you already breakfasted? Have you my new dresses seen? Where have you them bought? Because you more often of your pleasure than of your Slrbett benfen. Your brother praises he, because he always diligent is.
Tou would not so sad be, if you your money not t erloren patten. They would waited have, if they no business had had. SBtr toiirben mit I should him loved have, if he me not offended had. Dtefe ungen Damen our cousin breakfasted have, if he us invited had. Vlit meer , mtcb mih , to me, me. Will you with me dine? This watch is for you. Thy brother is always gegen und. Dtefe glafcbe tft fiir tbn unb jener against us. Your cousin has with us been. I love him as much as her. You Tiave ungrateful toward him ge toe fen.
I have you yesterday seen better: Compare List of Irregular Verbs, page SBenn more than him. You have me for my penknife asked? Simple sentences are as in English: If this sentience is preceded by an adjective clause, the subject follows the predicate, viz.
Jreu troi in feiner gtebe ju mfr— faithftil in his love to me — iibertreibt [pred. Da since metn greunb [subj. Or as in the last sentence above: May I ask you? Give me — — some bread. Bring me — — some chocolate. Give me a glass of wine. Lend me — — some money. Do me the pleasure. You are very kind. You are very polite. No ; surely not. H-'-en zee [ll''-e] meer — — gait ; at''-vas gait, harr! As true as — Very likely.
No, I will not. May be that — Probably. Where do you come from? I come from — I am going to — Go upward, up stairs. Gro down, down stairs. Gro in ; step in ; enter. Stay; wait; one moment. You go too fast. Because; for the reason that — Open the door. The door is open, closed.
Let the blinds down. Lock the door, if you please. You speak too low. Your voice is hardly au- dible. Do not cry out. I cannot understand him. She speaks through the nose. Do you speak German? I know but little. This is unknown to me. What have you done? Why do you not answer? Help me ; lend me a hand. Make haste ; hurry up. Stn b entg ; fef r mentg. SDarum anttoortcn tc r-tcil Du] nidbt?
Saffen Bit [laff '] mtc? Come soon back again. Make your stay short. Will you go with me? Whither shall we go? You need not run. Move on ; onward. If you would only be willing. What can I do? It is not my fault. What do you take me for? I feel quite comfortable. It does not suit me. His every day's talk.
He is everybody's friend. Somebody inquired for you. I wish you a good day. I am glad to see you. How are you to-day? I hope to see you well. How do you do? How is your health? I intended to call on you. I only came to see you. Do I disturb you? I must go now.
I cannot stay any longer. Give my regards to your! The same to yon. So am I, indeed. Quite well, thank yon. As usual, thank you. You, too, look excellent. How is your family? You are quite a stranger. It is a treat to see yon. Be not in a hurry. Site n Bit ni tt 1 I'-len zee niht! A very short visit. In zar kur'-tser be-zooch''. I am very sorry, indeed.
No trouble at all. What a pleasant surprise! Sit down; be seated. Make yourself at home. Will she not be surprised! Now tell me some news. News of yourself and 9? My wife will be here! We treat you as our best 2Bir bcbanbein DicJ ali veer be-han'-deln ditr als friend.
That's right; write home. May I reqnest it of you? I arf id "Sic Mrum bitten? May I trouble you? I beg your pardon, if — 3t? When may I call on you?
Please take along this 9? It would be a great ser- Sd toiirbe mir tton grojem es vlr'-de meer fon gro'- vice to me. Do, I beg of you. Sitte, feien Bit fo gut. Will you kindly show me the way to —?
I appeal to your genero- sity. Help me, do, help me! With all my heart. I am at your disxK sal. Just as you desire. I cannot refuse you any- thing. I will do it with pleasure. I agree with you. I have no objection. I am not opposed to it. I agree to it ; I will. You need but command. I am at your command. You may count depend, rely on me.
It pleases me to be of any service to you. You shall have it. I cannot consent to it. I am very sorry, but I cannot do it. I assure you, it is not my fault. I regret that I cannot render you this service. Indeed I am extremely sorry not to be able to oblige yon to render you this service to comply with your re- quest. Excuse me; I beg your pardon. I beg you to spare me in these matters. I would rather be ex- cused. I reserve it for another time. The moment is the cir- cumstances are not favorable.
I cannot help it. I have not the money. It is not in my power. I am exceedingly sorry. I am embarrassed myself. It is the truth. You may believe me. I am not joking. I saw it with my own eyes. I give you my word for it. I will answer for it. I'll tell you what. I assure you that — I promise you that — I can assure you. This is what I can assure you. Rely upon what I tell you. You may rest assured.
Can any man doubt it. I have it not from hear- say. I saw it in his own hand- writing. I'll swear that — I take an oath on it. I maintain that — I suppose [it is] so. I think so too. I have a notion that — I am inclined to think — It is certain that — Yes, it is tme. It is but too true. I should not say so, if — I don't doubt it. I protest that — It sounds incredible; still My word of an honest man.
It is but plain truth what I say. This gentleman is wit- ness. He certainly will tell the truth. As sure as I live. He was present himself. Just as I tell you. There is no such thing. It is a falsehood. It is imi Ossible. There is not a word of truth in it. You have been imposed on. I don't think so.
Unheard of That can't be true. Who would believe it? Most willingly I would, but I can't. The whole thing is ficti- tious. I will certainly not do it. I don't believe it'. It's too good to be true. No, you cannot go along. It is wonderful, astonish- ing. I am much surprised at it.
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