Toggenburg (disambiguation)

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Toggenburg may refer to:

Toggenburg Place in Switzerland

Toggenburg is a region of Switzerland. It corresponds to the upper valley of the river Thur and that of its main tributary, the Necker. Since 1 January 2003, Toggenburg has been a constituency (Wahlkreis) of the canton of St. Gallen.

Counts of Toggenburg noble family

The counts of Toggenburg ruled the Toggenburg region of today's canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and adjacient areas during the 13th to 15th centuries.

Cyre de Toggenburg is a Swiss-French visual artist who specializes in abstract art.

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