(J Capital of the Republic and Canton of Neuchatel-Switzerland University Town and Intellectual Centre UNIVERSITY OF UPPER SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR BUSINESS Neuchatel, "Pearl of the Jura," stretches for 2x/2 miles along the shores of the Lake of Neuchatel with its blue- green waters, commanding breathtaking views of the Alps from the Santis to Mont-Blanc. Neuchatel, founded by the Romans, offers brilliant ex amples of the great architectural periods, from the Middle Ages to the present. Dominating the Old Town, the Col legiate Church and the Castle (12th century) are surrounded by a pathway open to the public. In the heart of Neuchatel, the "Maison des Halles" is an exquisite survival of the Renaissance, and the "Hotel Du Peyrou" a matchless ex ample of the noblest in 18th century creative architecture. Neuchatel, "City of Studies," is famous not only for its university, but also for its many specialized schools. The Swiss Research Laboratory for watchmaking and the Ob servatory, make Neuchatel the scientific nerve-centre of Neuchatel: Ice Hockey Swiss horology. As tOWn of learning, Neuchatel has an active intellectual life and possesses a magnificient library as well as museums with priceless collections. On the first Sunday of each month, the three 18th-century robots made by the mechanical genius, Jaquet-Droz, still go through their uncannily lifelike paces in the Fine Arts Museum. Neuchatel, "Sports Paradise," offers lake beaches, swim ming pools, golf course (9 holes), tennis courts, yachting, row ing, the best fishing in Switzerland, and in winter, ice-skating as well as skiing, both in the nearby Jura and in the Alps. Neuchatel, holiday centre, offers the visitor excursions by steamer, motor-boat or yacht on one of Europe's loveliest lakes; strolls through nearby vineyards from which comes the delicious white wine of Neuchatel; trips by funicular to Chaumont (altitude 3848 feet, 30 minutes from the centre of town); lake-side explorations to the relics of prehistoric lake-dwellers, rambles through the smiling Val-de-Ruz and tours up to the heights of the Jura range. Romantic inns and restaurants offer the prized Neuchatel specialities, in cluding the famous "fondue neuchateloise" and tender "filets de perche", freshly caught in the lake. Lake of Neuchatel, one of Switzerland's loveliest lakes FACULTY OF LETTERS - FACULTY OF LAW FACULTY OF SCIENCE - FACULTY OF THEOLOG with seminary of modern French for foreign students, preparing graduates and doctors' degrees International Law Commercial, economic and social science SUMMER COURSES 1952: July 14 August 16 MODERN PROFESSIONAL FORMATION BROAD GENERAL CULTURE SPECIAL FRENCH CLASSES Admission of Pupils Septémber, January and April TWO SUMMER COURSES 1952: 1. July 15-August 9 2. August 25-September 13

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