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Windows in the small town of Castasegna, a Swiss town right on the border with Italy in the Bregaglia Valley. The borders around the windows are patterns scratched out of the still wet wall, decorative artwork called sgraffiti, traditionally done in two colors and originating in Italy, brought to the Engadin region of Switzerland in the 16th century and is still used today