Why is Switzerland so small?

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  • Why is Switzerland so small?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2008 09:08
Because they don't let just any smuck in like the US
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2008 09:08
It's not so small. 3 syllables - lots of countries just have one syllable. Would score well on a scrabble board too.
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2008 09:10
Switzerland is not so small. there are many other countries that are a lot smaller. but did you know that Switzerland has palm trees? It's true
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Answer #4 | 28/12 2008 09:10
i have no idea, but its a rockin country!! :) the ppl are nice the food couldnt be better the landscape is amazing u can speak 6 diff languages there i have no idea why its so small. i know that it started in the middle cantons hundreds of yrs ago, and gradually expanded. maybe the guys didnt think they needed much land.. for such a small country, its pretty wealthy in so many ways :D
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Answer #5 | 28/12 2008 09:12
im guessing because the continents where all joined together at one point and when they broke apart switzerland was just a smaller part broken off
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Answer #6 | 28/12 2008 09:34
Because size doesn't matter. Also, did you ever smell Donald Rumsfeld's chair afer he was sitting in it for a few hours?
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Answer #7 | 28/12 2008 12:05
Switzerland is a small country compared to the US, but the people are nice, there are atleast 4 official languages, their banks are secure, and they stay peaceful during wars. There are many other small countries, like Monaco, Luxembourg, San Marino, Andorra, etc. Not to mention the Pacific Island nations, and the Carribean. I would love to visit Switzerland one day. I have no idea why they wanted a tiny nation to be honest, but it is very unique compared to the larger countries around it.
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