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                Switzerland ski resort Brigels Waltensburg district Surselva canton Graubünden

Бригельс (нем. Brigels) - коммуна в Швейцарии, в кантоне Граубюнден. Входит в состав округа Сурсельва. Население составляет 1308 человек (на 31 декабря 2006 года). Сурсельва (нем. Surselva) - округ в Швейцарии. Округ входит в кантон Граубюнден. Занимает площадь 1373,54 км². Население 22 270 чел. Официальный код - 1831.


Brigels is a municipality in the district of Surselva in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. The name of the municipality comes from the word brigilo, meaning little town. The name comes from the village name in the two local languages. In Romansh the name is Breil while in German it is Brigels. It is known as a ski resort.

Surselva District is an administrative district in the canton of Graubünden, Switzerland. It has an area of 1,373.39 km2 (530.27 sq mi) and has a population of 21,777 (as of 31 December 2010). The Surselva encompasses the valley of the Vorderrhein and all its side valleys, from the source near the Oberalppass all the way down towards Reichenau (where the Vorderrhein joins the Hinterrhein to form the Rhine). The district ends before that confluence at the huge forest on the giant debris of Flims Rockslide that is responsible for the name of the region: The debris area lack of water and soil and were ever left as a big forest as it was useless for farming. This forest (romonsch: selva) is the border for "Sur-selva" (meaning "above the forest"). The Surselva is one of the few areas in Switzerland that is mainly Romansh-speaking (another notable valley being the Engadin, the valley of the Inn). There are a few German-speaking communities in the Surselva, two notable ones being Obersaxen and Vals, which were founded in the thirteenth century by the Walser.