You can’t share Insta pics of this overwhelming Swiss city unless you’ve got a special permit

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You can't share Insta pics of this overwhelming Swiss city since they've got a print ban
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Summer is great…until we realize that you’re a usually chairman not on some illusory holiday.

While you’re stranded during work carrying to make do with a rapid lunch hour sunbathing session, a universe and his mother are on their jollies abroad.

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Life is zero if not unfair.

But one pleasing Swiss city is doing their bit to try and branch a illness we know as FOMO.

Bergün’s officials are propelling residents and tourists not to share photos of a city on amicable media.

Why? Because that way, no one will be unfortunate for not being there.

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The photography anathema includes holding cinema of a buildings and landscapes, though officials can emanate special permits for particularly insistent tourists.

A ‘no pictures’ pointer in a city says: ‘Photographs of a lifelike landscape, common on amicable media, can make others unfortunate since they themselves can't be here.’

Which, obviously, everyone’s holding seriously.

Seit wann darf male in einem Dorf keine Fotos mehr machen😂? Aber fine finde es mega lustig😂👍🏼! #bergün #fotoverbot

A post common by Leonie Raffainer (@lunaleonie04) on Jun 1, 2017 during 10:29am PDT

Because it’s so pleasing and Switzerland is apparently full of law-breaking rebels, there are copiousness of cinema of Bergün on Instagram anyway.

#berninaexpress #fromchurtotirano #chur#tirano#switzerland #mountains#bergün 🇨🇭

A post common by wuschali (@wuschali) on May 29, 2017 during 12:49am PDT

Bergün ⛄️☃️⛄️ #nature #switzerland #mountain #bergün #graubünden #albulatal #snow

A post common by Eva G. (@eva_._._._._) on May 2, 2017 during 11:59am PDT

Holiday in Switzerland during a excellent #Schweiz #Switzerland #Graubünden #Grisons #landscape #Palpuogna #laidapalpuogna #Grischun #hiking #nature #Preda #alps #Albula #mountains #Bergün #exploringnature

A post common by Anna-Lisa Schlaipfer (@anna.kokoschinski) on May 27, 2017 during 11:00am PDT

After all, it’s usually a ‘friendly’ photography ban.

It’s not like you’re going to rubbish divided in a Swiss jail if we deny it.

And who knows either it’s a traveller house selling ploy or a critical sentiment?

But whatever a motive, if it means a few some-more people looking during a view with their tangible eyes and not by a phone lens, afterwards that can usually be a good thing.

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