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Basel's position at the intersection of the French, German and Swiss borders makes for its multicultural appeal. The city is bustling with life and people come here for numerous reasons. But thousands of art and architecture lovers visit each year for the city’s world-famous ART Basel festival and its wealth of galleries, museums, and iconic buildings.Travelling can be hectic when you have to move around a lot. Jumping from one meeting to another that too in different cities in a few days can stress you out if you don't travel right. This is where our exceptional luxury limousine transfers services in Basel with professional chauffeurs come to your service. We offer first class private luxury transport in and out of the Euro Airport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (BSL). The airport is actually located in France but that is just a minor detail.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jerren Kendall Nixon (born June 25, 1973) is a Trinidad and Tobago football player, who currently plays as a forward for North East Stars in his country's Professional League. Born in the village of Morvant, just outside Port of Spain, Nixon began his career in Trinidad playing for ECM Motown before moving to Scotland in 1993, joining Dundee United. In 1994 he helped the club to win the Scottish Cup, but left a year later after they were relegated from the Premier Division. He spent the next eight years of his career in Swiss football, with FC Zürich, Yverdon-Sport FC and FC St. Gallen.