List of references to the Matterhorn

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Northeast view of the Matterhorn with the sun highlighting the Furggen and Zmutt ridges, the profile that is mainly used in arts and advertising.[1]

The Matterhorn is an iconic landmark of Zermatt, Breuil-Cervinia and Valais and one of the natural symbols of Switzerland and Europe, its regular and pyramidal shape making it among the most recognisable mountains in the world.[2][3] Its steep faces and the fear it inspired in mountain climbers of the 19th century made it one of the last great Alpine peaks to be climbed. The first successful but deadly ascent had a large resonance in the media of the times, giving the Matterhorn the reputation of a dangerous and inaccessible mountain. The Matterhorn has then become a reference to artists, illustrators and designers.

Mountains[edit]

Named after the Matterhorn[edit]

Nicknamed after the Matterhorn[edit]

Replicas[edit]

The Matterhorn at Disneyland

Paintings[edit]

Films[edit]

Logos and advertising[edit]

Toblerone affiche (1920s)

Bibliography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ François Labande, Sauver la montagne, Olizane, 2004 (p. 349)
  2. ^ James Pipkin, Places of Tranquility, Ballantine Books, 1990 (p. 108)
  3. ^ Kev Reynolds, 100 Hut Walks in the Alps, Cicerone, 2011 (p. 86)
  4. ^ Mick Conefrey, Everest 1953: The Epic Story of the First Ascent, Oneworld Publications (2012)
  5. ^ Gillian Price, Walking in the Dolomites: 28 multi-day routes, Cycerone, 2012 (p. 155)
  6. ^ Цветанов, Момчил (2014). Българските планини (in Bulgarian). Домино. ISBN 9789546512499.
  7. ^ Robert C. Pavlik, Norman Clyde: Legendary Mountaineer of California's Sierra Nevada, Heyday Books, 2008 (p. 27)
  8. ^ Ronald Turnbull, The Riddle of Sphinx Rock, Millrace, 2005 (chapter 2)
  9. ^ Gregg Witt, Ultimate Adventures, Rough Guides, 2008 (p. 155)
  10. ^ M.S. Kohli, Incredible Himalayas: Environment, Culture, Tourism and Adventure, Indus Publishing, 2005 (p. 141)
  11. ^ Robert W. Sandford, Ecology & Wonder in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, AU Press, 2010 (p. 60)
  12. ^ Stefano Ardito, Trekking in Africa: A Guide to the Finest Routes, Swan Hill Press, 1997 (p. 100)
  13. ^ William Lowell Putnam, The Great Glacier and Its House, American Alpine Club, 1982
  14. ^ "Val Faller high plateau – oasis of peace". MySwitzerland.com. Retrieved 2015-02-08.
  15. ^ Herbert Mayr, Winterwandern Allgäuer Alpen: 48 Wander- und Schneeschuhtouren, Bergverlag Rother, 2014 (p. 111)
  16. ^ Kev Reynolds, Walking in the Alps, Cicerone, 2005 (p. 329)
  17. ^ "Swissminiatur: 50 Jahre Schweiz im Taschenformat". Swissinfo. 6 June 2009. Retrieved 2015-02-05.
  18. ^ Allan Kent Powell, The Utah Guide, 3rd Edition, Fulcrum Publishing, 2003 (p. 66)
  19. ^ Edwards, Lin (April 23, 2010). "IBM demonstrates nonoscale 3D patterning technique". Phys.org. Retrieved 2015-02-09.
  20. ^ Focus Matterhorn - Im Banne des Berges
  21. ^ Scott Eyman, Empire of Dreams, Simon & Schuster, 2010 (p. 473)

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