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Switzerland, officially the Swiss Confederation, is a landlocked Alpine country in Central Europe. It had been a federation, since 1848, of relatively autonomous cantons, some of which have a history of confederacy that goes back more than 700 years, arguably putting them among the world's oldest surviving republics. Switzerland comprises three basic topographical areas namely the Swiss Alps, the Swiss plateau, and the Jura Mountains. Switzerland has four official languages, German in the north and centre, French to the west, Italian in the south and Romansh in the southeast. Switzerland has a strong economy in finance and banking, and a long and strong tradition of political and military neutrality.
Neuhausen am Rheinfall, which was officially called Neuhausen until 1938, is a border municipality in the Canton of Schaffhausen, is the northernmost canton of Switzerland, located to the north of Zurich and lies west of the Lake Constance. The little town is well known for the Rhine Falls, a tourist attraction and mainland Europe's largest waterfall. As of 2003, Neuhausen had a population of 9978 residents living within an area of 7.98 square kilometers. It is situated at an altitude of 410 meters above sea level. Its neighboring municipalities are Flurlingen, Feuerthalen, Schaffhausen, Beringen, Guntmadingen and the German municipality of Jestetten.
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