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Where to go for your 1st of August Brunch

In just a few days, Switzerland will celebrate 1st of August. This day became an official Swiss national holiday in 1891 and commemorates the signing of the Bundesbrief, a letter declaring union between the three regions of Uri, Schwyz and Nidwalden, that took place in the beginning of August 1291.
The celebrations for the Swiss national holiday on 1st of August usually include a speech by the president, fireworks, lampion processions, bonfires on mountain ridges called Höhenfeuer ('high fires') and lots of good Swiss food. Many people capitalize on this free day to enjoy an especially large (and late) breakfast, a typical 1st of August brunch, either at home or at one of the many farms that offer this Swiss staple on their premises.What Food is served at a Swiss 1st of August Brunch?A Swiss brunch isn't all that different from a usual Swiss 'Zmorge' (breakfast) but it usually includes not only more food and more variety of food but is also eaten over a considerably…