Orvin , in German Ilfingen , is a common Suisse of the Canton of Bern, located in the District of Courtelary. It belongs to the area of the the Bernese Jura, the French-speaking part of the Canton of Bern. The close locality Meadow-with Orvin administratively forms part of the commune of Orvin .
HistoryFrom 1797 to 1815, Orvin belonged to the France, within the department of Mount-Terrible, then, as from 1800, of the department of the Haut-Rhin, to which the department of Mount-Terrible was attached. By decision of the Congress of Vienna, the territory of old the évêché of Basle was allotted to the Canton of Bern, in 1815.
GastronomyThe Restoring the Cricket with Meadow-in Orvin holds 14 points in the prestigious gastronomical guide Gault-Millau
- Drunk for the town of Bienne
- Meadow-in Orvin (altitude 1020 - 1337 m)
- Skis-lift (5)
- Ski slopes of funds
- Official site of the commune of Orvin
- Ski-lift of Meadow-in Orvin
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