“Linguistic diversity”
special coin

4 languages, 4 regions, one Switzerland

175 years ago, the Swiss Federal Constitution initially established three national languages – German, French and Italian – and in 1938 this trio was supplemented by Romansh as the fourth. In addition to the national languages, the Federal Constitution also ensures linguistic freedom for all language groups.

The Swiss linguistic diversity special coin celebrates this defining characteristic of Switzerland at a time when English, Portuguese and Albanian are becoming more widespread in Switzerland, and when artificial intelligence offers quick and accurate translations. This coin features many remarkable details:

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