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Switzerland is an perfect country for Instagram lovers and hunters for beautiful views. There is amazing nature, with its picturesque landscapes, turquoise rivers, snowy mountains, flower villages, and ice blue lakes. Indeed, in Switzerland, you will find a lot of photo locations which look like a postcard.

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When the summer sun hits snowy peaks, waterfalls are sure to appear. And the king of the Swiss cascades is Lauterbrunnen, a Bernese Oberland village of 2,500 that's literally under the spray of one of the world’s tallest free-falling waterfalls. Framed by towering cliffsides below towering peaks, the valley of 72 waterfalls inspired a youthful JRR Tolkien to imagine the landscape of his fictional Middle Earth.

When the summer sun hits snowy peaks, waterfalls are sure to appear. And the king of the Swiss cascades is Lauterbrunnen, a Bernese Oberland village of 2,500 that's literally under the spray of one of the world’s tallest free-falling waterfalls. Framed by towering cliffsides below towering peaks, the valley of 72 waterfalls inspired a youthful JRR Tolkien to imagine the landscape of his fictional Middle Earth.