Bagnes

Bagnes is a municipality in the district of Entremont in the canton of Valais in Switzerland.

With an area of 282 km2 (108.88 sq mi), Bagnes used to be the largest municipality of Switzerland until the formation of Glarus Süd in 2011.

Read more about BagnesHistory, Geography, Coat of Arms, Demographics, Heritage Sites of National Significance, Politics, Economy, Religion, Education, Notable People

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