Bellinzona ) is a municipality, a historic Swiss town, and the capital of the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. The town is famous for its three castles (Castelgrande, Montebello, Sasso Corbaro) that have been UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2000.
The Bellinzona–Mesocco railway was a Swiss metre gauge railway that linked the towns of Bellinzona, in the canton of Ticino and Mesocco, in the canton of Graubünden. The line was built by the Società Anonima della Ferrovia Elettrica Bellinzona-Mesocco and later became part of the Rhaetian Railway.
The district of Bellinzona is a district of Canton Ticino, Switzerland. It has a population of 55,711 (as of 31 December 2018).
The Bellinzona railway workers strike of 2008 was a strike by railway workers against FFS Cargo , a division of Swiss Railways. The dispute concerned a proposed company restructure that would include the loss of workers' jobs.
Bellinzona railway station serves the town of Bellinzona, in the canton of Ticino, Switzerland. It is on the Swiss Federal Railways' Gotthard line.
The Giubiasco–Locarno railway is a railway in Switzerland. It was built by the Gotthard Railway Company on 20 December 1874 as part of the line through the Ticino valley.
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