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In the main chain the two longest are both 94 m., the Mer de Glace at Chamonix and the Gorner at Zermatt.
Formerly Zermatt was called "Praborgne," and this name is mentioned in the Swiss census of 1888.
Zermatt was long known to botanists and geologists only, and has an interesting though very local history.
Seiler died in 1891 he was proprietor of most of the great hotels in and around Zermatt.
Nowadays it is frequently ascended in summer, especially from Zermatt.
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