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Bonigen

Bonigen is a village and municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the Swiss canton of Bern. It lies on the shore of Lake Brienz, near to the mouth of the river Lutschine, and adjacent to the resort town of Interlaken. B ...

                                               

Brenzikofen

Brenzikofen is first mentioned in 1236 as Brenzichovin. During the late middle Ages the Abbey Interlaken owns most of the land in the village. The rest of the land was owned by wealthy residents of the cities of Berne and Thun. During the middle ...

                                               

Brugg, Bern

Brugg is a municipality in the Biel/Bienne administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. For the town named Brugg in the canton of Aargau, see Brugg, Switzerland.

                                               

Bruttelen

The earliest mention of Bruttelen is in 1142 when it was called Britinie. It also appears in 1148 as Britelgio and in 1183 as Britillo. In French it was known as Bretiege. Gaserz was first mentioned in 1250 as the curtis de Gesarz. Archeologists ...

                                               

Buchholterberg

Buchholterberg is first mentioned in 1268 as Bucholtron. The municipality has gradually settled down as farmers moved from other villages in the village, that would be between buchholterberg. 1257 Graf Ulrich von Buchegg is mentioned as a possess ...

                                               

Buetigen

Buetigen is first mentioned in 1261 as Buetingen. The earliest traces of man in Buetigen scattered Mesolithic and Neolithic tools and objects. The La Tene era graves and early medieval cemetery was also found. In Burghubel of the hill was probabl ...

                                               

Buhl bei Aarberg

Buhl is first mentioned in 1261 as Bule. During the 13th century the land and rights over village belonged to the counts of Kibuli and Kyburg Ministerialis unfree knights in the service of feudal Lord families Schupfen, Mattstetten and Morigen. I ...

                                               

Busswil bei Melchnau

Busswil bei Melchnau is first mentioned in 1194 as Bouswillare. In the Middle ages the village belonged to the local nobility and the Abbey of St. Gallen. In 1480 Cantonal from Grunenberg, which included Busswil, was acquired by Bern. Under Berne ...

                                               

Champoz

Champoz 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.

                                               

Clavaleyres

Finds of bronze rings imply a settlement in the area during the La Tene era. During the Roman Empire the area was an estate which supplied the nearby city of Aventicum. In the Middle Ages, Clavaleyres was under the lordship of the Munchenwiler Pr ...

                                               

Corcelles, Bern

Corcelles 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.

                                               

Cormoret

Cormoret 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.

                                               

Cortebert

Cortebert 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.

                                               

Court, Switzerland

Court is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is located in the French-speaking Bernese Jura.

                                               

Courtelary

Courtelary is a municipality of the French-speaking Bernese Jura, in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. The town is the capital of the Jura bernois administrative district.

                                               

Cremines

Cremines is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is located in the French-speaking Bernese Jura.

                                               

Darligen

Darligen is first mentioned in 1244 as Tedningen. The earliest traces of settlement in the area are scattered bronze age artifacts that were discovered near the shore of the lake. The village was part of the Cantonal of the guests during the midd ...

                                               

Deisswil bei Munchenbuchsee

Deisswil bei Munchenbuchsee is first mentioned in 1263 as Teiswile. Some Roman bricks of the era and what could be a Roman road was discovered in a meadow outside the village. In the Middle ages it was part of the court, of the parish and of the ...

                                               

Diemerswil

Diemerswil is first mentioned in 1257 as Diemarswile. The earliest traces of people in the area is a Hallstatt culture grave mound with a cart or wagon, in Brandwald. In the Middle ages it belonged to the Cantonal, the court and the arrival of th ...

                                               

Diessbach bei Buren

Diessbach bei Buren is a municipality in the Seeland administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Diessbach has a reformed Church, and is the centre of the parish, which includes the municipalities Busswil beys büren, and Dotzige ...

                                               

Epsach

Epsach is first mentioned in 1244 as Ebza. The area around Epsach has been inhabited since at least the bronze age and the remnants of what was the Roman age settlement discovered between Epsach and Walperswil. During the late middle Ages there w ...

                                               

Eriswil

Eriswil is first mentioned in 1256 as Erolzwile. Very little is known about the early history of the village. In the Middle ages in a noble family, the von Eriswil family, were a Ministerialis unfree knights in the service of a feudal overlord of ...

                                               

Eriz

Eriz is first mentioned in 1320 as Erarze. A small Alpine village was part of the Cantonal from Heimberg in the Middle ages. In the 14th century the extensive forests around Eriz were divided between the counts of Kyburg and the city of Bern. In ...

                                               

Ersigen

Ersigen is a municipality in the administrative district of Emmental in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. On 1 January 2016, the former municipalities of Oberosch and Niederosch merged into Ersigen.

                                               

Eschert

Eschert is a municipality in the Jura bernois administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is located in the French-speaking Bernese Jura.

                                               

Evilard

Evilard/Leubringen is a bilingual municipality in the Biel/Bienne administrative district of the canton of Bern, Switzerland. The French name of the municipality is Evilard and the German name is Leubringen. The municipality consists of two separ ...

                                               

Fahrni

Fahrni is first mentioned in 1299 as Varne. Scattered villages that make up fahrni were originally part of the Cantonal Kyburg from Heimberg. In 1384 they were forced to sell most of their lands, including fahrni, to the city of Bern. Under Berne ...

                                               

Farnern

Farnern is first mentioned in 1329 as Varnerron. The oldest trace of a settlement in the area are among the iron age and Roman age coins that were found around Schmiedenmatt and Bettlerkuche. The coins were probably offered in an unknown temple i ...

                                               

Finsterhennen

Finsterhennen is first mentioned around 1220 as Freineshun and in 1453 as Veisten Hennen. In French it was known as Grasse Poule. The earliest traces of man in Finsterhennen some Neolithic pottery that was found in Steinacker-Bune. Other prehisto ...

                                               

Forst-Langenbuhl

Forst-Langenbuhl is a municipality in the administrative district of Thun in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It was formed on January 1, 2007 through the uniting of Langenbuhl and Forst.

                                               

Frauenkappelen

Frauenkappelen is first mentioned in 1158 as Capela. In 1574 the town became a parish. The oldest traces of settlements in the area are several mounds of the epoch of Hallstatt in Spilwald forest. Roman villas of the era are also found in the for ...

                                               

Freimettigen

Freimettigen is first mentioned in 1282 as Vrimuotingen. The oldest trace of a settlement in the area is a hoard of bronze age jewellery that was discovered in 1910. In the Middle ages it was part of Twingherrschaft of Hunigen. During the 13th an ...

                                               

Gondiswil

Gondiswil is first mentioned in the mid-9th century as Cundolteswilare. The only proof of the existence of prehistoric people in Gondiswil are some Neolithic objects that were found next to Staldershaus. In the Middle ages the major landowners we ...

                                               

Graben, Switzerland

Graben has an area, as of 2009, of 3.16 km 2 1.22 sq mi. Of this area, 1.67 km 2 0.64 sq mi or 52.8% is used for agricultural purposes, while 1.16 km 2 0.45 sq mi or 36.7% is forested. Of the rest of the land, 0.22 km 2 0.085 sq mi or 7.0% is set ...

                                               

Grossaffoltern

Grossaffoltern is first mentioned in 1216 as Affoltron. The most ancient traces of man in the region of Grossaffoltern objects of the Neolithic in Vorimholz, early bronze age ax blade depot on Munimatte and bronze age Kosthofen. There are at leas ...

                                               

Grosshochstetten

Grosshochstetten is a municipality in the Bern-Mittelland administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. On 1 January 2018 the former municipality of Schlosswil merged into the municipality of Grosshochstetten.

                                               

Gsteigwiler

Gsteigwiler is a municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Gsteigwiler belongs to a small agglomeration of Interlaken with 23.300 residents 2014.

                                               

Gundlischwand

Gundlischwand is a village and municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Besides the village of Gundlischwand, the municipality also includes the hamlet of Zweilutschinen.

                                               

Gurbru

Gurbru is first mentioned in 1214 as Gurbru. In the village of the Middle ages Gurbru was part of the Cantonal Oltigen. In 1410 / 12, Bern swallowed all Cantonal, including Gurbru. The village was always part of the parish Carcere. During the Pro ...

                                               

Gurzelen

Gurzelen is first mentioned in 1230/31 as Gurcellun. The oldest traces of settlement in the area of individual Neolithic artifacts that were scattered over the municipality. Tombs from the Hallstatt and Roman settlement era to provide proof of fu ...

                                               

Habkern

Habkern is a municipality in the Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. The municipality includes the settlements of Bohlseiten, Bort, Schwendi and Mittelbauert.

                                               

Hagneck

Traces of early and late Bronze Age settlements have been found in the Hagneck marshland, which is part of the Grand Marais. Construction on a hill that separated the marshes from the lake resulted in the destruction of what appeared to be a 200 ...

                                               

Hautligen

Hautligen is first mentioned in 1240 as Hutlingen. The oldest trace of a settlement in the area of gold coins of the epoch of La Tene, and the grave, which was discovered in the village. In the Middle ages, part of the village belonged to a wide ...

                                               

Heiligenschwendi

Heiligenschwendi is first mentioned in 1285 as Helgeswendi. Originally the municipality was part of the earth Kyburg. After an unsuccessful RAID on Solothurn on 11 November 1382 and the resulting Burgdorferkrieg in Kyburgs lost most of their land ...

                                               

Heimberg, Switzerland

Heimberg is first mentioned in 1146 as Heimberc. The oldest trace of a settlement in the area of the Roman ruins of the village near Buhlacker. By mid-century there was in the village and ruled Freiherr von Heimberg. Very little is known about th ...

                                               

Heimenhausen

Heimenhausen is a municipality in the Oberaargau administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. On 1 January 2009, the municipalities of Wanzwil and Rothenbach beys Herzogenbuchsee became part of the municipality of Heimenhausen.

                                               

Hellsau

Hellsau is first mentioned in 1275 as Hellesowe. The earliest traces of a settlement at Hellsau early medieval cemetery near the farm house of abi. It is likely that the old Church once stood near the cemetery. The Church is first mentioned in 12 ...

                                               

Herbligen

Herbligen is first mentioned in 1302. The earliest traces of settlement in the area is a large prehistoric fortification on the hill Eggrain and Wolfenburg. In Helisbuhl hill can be artificially created hill with approximately the same era. Durin ...

                                               

Hermrigen

Hermrigen is first mentioned in 1249 as Hermeringen. The oldest trace of a settlement in the area is scattered with stone age Mesolithic, probably, the items that were found in Schonbrunnefeld. A serious mound of the Hallstatt era were found in H ...

                                               

Herzogenbuchsee

Herzogenbuchsee is a municipality in the Oberaargau administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. The population 7055 2011, counting the villages in the Oberaargau. The traditional name was Buchsi.