[ap-uh n-zel; German ah-puh n-tsel]
Appenzell Inner Rhoden
[German ah-puh n-tsel in-uh r rohd-n]
- a demicanton in NE Switzerland: Catholic. 66 sq. mi. (170 sq. km). Capital: Appenzell.
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A great many such, I was told, come to Appenzell for the summer.
I have been assured that in one part of the Canton of Appenzell, the population amounts to 562 per square mile.A tour through some parts of France, Switzerland, Savoy, Germany and Belgium
Richard Boyle Bernard
So long as Appenzell was a land of herdsmen, many peculiarities of costume, features, and manners must have remained.
An Appenzell farmer lives in a house from forty to sixty feet square, and rarely less than four stories in height.
They date from the palmy days of Appenzell industry, before machinery had reduced the cost of the finer fabrics.
- a canton of NE Switzerland, divided in 1597 into the Protestant demicanton of Appenzell Outer Rhodes and the Catholic demicanton of Appenzell Inner Rhodes . Capitals: Herisau and Appenzell, respectively. Pop: 53 200 and Pop: 15 000 (2002 est) respectively. Areas: 243 sq km (94 sq miles) and 171 sq km (66 sq miles) respectively
- a town in NE Switzerland, capital of Appenzell Inner Rhodes demicanton. Pop: 5447 (2000)
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