Check out this postcard I got through Official Postcrossing from Switzerland! Wanna see some really awesome views of nature? Switzerland is the stop for you! Going from left to right, top to bottom, Rheinfall (or the Rhine Falls) is one of the largest waterfalls in the continent (many sources state it’s THE largest, while others state not quite). This is located near Schaffhausen, which is in northern Switzerland. As you can see, there’s a huge rock sitting in between the waterfall, which has been there for about a thousand years, just getting pummeled by the endlessly-moving water. That’s hard work! Speaking of big rocks, some really really really big rocks a.k.a. mountains by the names of Eiger and Mönch can be seen in this country. They are part of the well-known Swiss Alps – particularly the Western Alps – which can be found on the southern side of Switzerland. Eiger, at 3,970m, is the peak on the left, and Mönch is to the right of it at 4,107m. There’s also Jungfrau which was camera-shy during this round of photography, topping his compatriots at 4,158m. Another Alps mountain is Matterhorn, which stands even higher than Jungfrau at 4,478m. As you can see, it’s got quite a jagged and protrusive point. Lastly, we have Alestch Glacier – also located among the Alps – which is part of the Alestch Arena in southern Switzerland. It is furthermore a part of the Jungfrau-Aletsch Protected Area, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. If you’re looking for more immaculate natural sights than these, you might need to travel to Narnia or Pandora or something. Thank you so much for this marvelous postcard, Antoinette!