Switzerland is a thought-provoking country. Because such a country, with 1/4 of its land being hills, is not suitable for farming and lacks natural resources, it has become one of the richest countries in the world. Switzerland is located deep in the center of Europe, bordering Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein, but it has become a neutral country and an ideal trade center. Although it only has a population of 7 million, it has produced many Nobel Prize winners. The aloofness and charm of Switzerland are evident.