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SAMEDAN

Samedan is a town and municipality in the district of Maloja in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. The municipaty is located in the Oberengadin sub-district of the Maloja district in the central Oberengadin valley along the Inn river. Surrounded by the highest montains of the canton: Piz Benina, Piz Scerscen and Piz Roseg. Until 1943. Samedan was known as Samaden.

Close to St Moritz skiing but not lift-linked, Samedan has its own 620m lift on the south side of the valley, suitable for sun loving beginners and intermediates, who can use the resort’s own ski school and kindergarten. Samedan has retained its Engadine art of living. In the village center tradition-rich rows of houses with their Sgraffito offer good photo opportunites and subjects for picture postcards.

The Village is the turning point and pivot of the Rhaetian Railway and the home of the small international airport.

James Bond escapes from Biofeld’s base at Piz Gloria to Samedan in Ian Fleming’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.