Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Campaign-Landslide-at-Gondo-27MZIF2IOCZP.htmlConceptually similarClimate Campaign Landslide at GondoGP03B2QCompleted★★★★Path ClosedGP01GWICompleted★★★★Restaurant Grounds Affected by LandslideGP01GWCCompleted★★★★★★Restaurant Grounds Affected by LandslideGP01GWECompleted★★★★Restaurant Grounds Affected by LandslideGP01GWGCompleted★★★★Restaurant Grounds Affected by LandslideGP01GWFCompleted★★★★Climate Campaign Flooding in EngelbergGP02HRLCompleted★★★★Climate Campaign Flooding in EngelbergGP02HRMCompleted★★★★Kauner Valley in AustriaGP02W42Completed★★★★View AllGP03B2PClimate Campaign Landslide at GondoGondo on 29 July 2005. The village of Gondo is located at the southern foot of the Simplon Pass on the Italian border. On 14 October 2000, a third of the village Gondo was destroyed by a landslide. Since then the village was again rebuilt.In original language:Gondo am 29.7.2005Gondo, 29. Juli 2005: Gondo am Simplonpass im Wallis, 855 Meter über Meer, am 29.7.2005.© Greenpeace / Jonas ScheuLocations:Alpine Countries-SwitzerlandDate:29 Jul, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Jonas ScheuMaximum size:5072px X 3453pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Disasters-Full length-Houses-KWCI (GPI)-Landslides-Mountains-Outdoors-Valleys-VillagesShoot:Climate Campaign Landslide at Gondo in SwitzerlandGondo on 29 July 2005. The village of Gondo is located at the southern foot of the Simplon Pass on the Italian border. On 14 October 2000, a third of the village Gondo was destroyed by a landslide. Since then the village was again rebuilt.