Il y a certainement plein de raisons historiques qui ont poussé la Suisse à faire le choix de la neutralité. Mais la plus évidente de ces raisons est visible dans le travail du photographe allemand Leo Tomas : quand on a un pays tel que celui-ci, on a juste envie de dire au reste du monde « démerdez-vous entre vous, laissez nous tranquille, on ne veut pas le savoir »

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favorite color: swiss blue.

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dark green dream.

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mesmerizing swiss madness. It's been great exploring Switzerland in different kind of weather. The color variation is just astonishing.

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veins of swissness.

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still wandering beautiful Switzerland on my mind, while I'm sitting in a Bus for 10 hours... 2 1/2h to go. #switzerland

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I never expected to find paradise in Switzerland.

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Those few minutes in the morning that change the experience of a place from good to spectacular. #Switzerland

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dramatic, terrific, mystic... helvetic?

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