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Switzerland. It is famous for its clock industry. It is also famous for being the historical birthplace[citation needed] of absinthe which is now once again being distilled in the region. La Clandestine Absinthe was one of the first new local brands to emerge officially in 2005 and claims that the micro-climate is a key factor in the quality of its ingredients. The Canton is largely rural and farming remains important, but it also had significant industry from the 17th century due to the hydro-power available at St Sulpice, and Asphalt was mined from 1711 to 1986 at Travers.


  • La Côte-aux-Fées
  • Les Verrières
  • Val-de-Travers
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