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Thurgau

Thurgau (German: Thurgau, anglicized as Thurgovia) is a northeast canton of Switzerland. The population, as of December 2011, is 250,640. In 2007, there were a total of 47,390 (or 19.9% of the population) who were resident foreigners. The capital is Frauenfeld.

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Münchwilen, Thurgau - Education
... Münchwilen is home to the Münchwilen primary and secondary school district ... In the 2008/2009 school year there were 537 students at either the primary or secondary levels ...
Swiss Council Of States Election, 2007 - Results - Thurgau
2007 Council of States election Thurgau Party Candidate Votes % ±% Christian Democrats Philipp Stähelin 45,097 Swiss People's Party Hermann Bürgi 44,170 Greens Isabella Stäheli-Tobler 14,449 ...
Hermann Müller (Thurgau)
... October 21, 1850 in Tägerwilen in the canton of Thurgau, died January 18, 1927 in Wädenswil, was a Swiss botanist, plant physiologist, oenologist and grape breeder ... He called himself Müller-Thurgau, taking the name of his home canton ...
Thurgau - Economy
... The canton of Thurgau is known for its fine agricultural produce ... There is also industry in the canton of Thurgau ...
List Of Former Municipalities Of Switzerland - List
... Name Canton Fate Resulting municipality Year Aawangen Thurgau Incorporated into Aadorf Aadorf 1996 Affoltern bei Zürich Zürich Incorporated into Zürich Zürich 1934 Agra. 1965 Ecuvillens Fribourg Merged with Posieux Hauterive 2001 Ellighausen Thurgau Merged with Alterswilen, Altishausen, Dotnacht, Hugelshofen, Lippoldswilen. 1917 Gentilino Ticino Merged with Agra and Montagnola Collina d'Oro 2004 Gerlikon Thurgau Incorporated into Frauenfeld Frauenfeld 1998 Geschinen Valais Merged with Münster Münster-Geschinen 2004 ...