Bivio is a small village near the famous St. Moritz, in the heart of the canton of Grisons (Graübunden in German) in Switzerland.
Bivio is located in the Savognin region, on the largest national park in Switzerland, the Parc Ela, 1.769 m above sea level, between the Alpines Septimer and Julier Passes. Since antiquity, the Romans have transported goods through this region.
The language spoken in the canton of Grisons is the Romanche, the four official languages of Switzerland. (I think it sounds like Italian and French.) As one of the least spoken languages in Europe, residents of the region strive to keep their tongues alive and pass it on to future generations. One of the peculiarities of this canton is that around here, the houses have a name and a drawing that represents it.