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The Floral Clock
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Quai du Général-Guisan, Geneva, Switzerland
2928
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Geneva's most famous clock is undoubtedly the Flower Clock in the English Garden. As iconic as the 'Water Jet' and being one of tourists main objective to visit, the Flower Clock perfectly combines the clock function and botanic beauty. Founded in 1955, the Floral Clock became a reference in the ...
Geneva Fountain
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Quai Gustave-Ador, Geneva, Switzerland
7397
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Located in the heart of Geneva, the 'Jet d'eau' is the emblem of the city of Geneva and main tourist attraction. It is an integral part of the landscape and has a special place in the heart of Geneva. The beauty of Geneva Lake flushes more than 140 meters above the waves. Depending on the weather ...
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum
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Avenue de la Paix 17, 1202 Genève
1958
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The museum presents the history of the Red Cross, the world's first humanitarian
Museum Patek Philippe
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7 Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers, Geneva 1205, Switzerland
3054
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Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva are important collections of watches, musical automata from the XVI to the XX siècle. Production Patek Philippe bylo founded in
Lac Leman (Geneva Lake)
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Geneve, Suisse
13053
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Lake Geneva is considered the largest lake in Central Europe. It is located on the territory of two countries: France and Switzerland. On the shores of the lake, famous resorts – Vevey, Montreux and Lausanne are located.The area of Lake Geneva and its surroundings is unique due to its amazing ...
Patek Philippe Museum
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Rue Des Vieux-Grenadiers 7, Geneva, Switzerland
1287
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The Patek Philippe four floor museum traces the evolution of watch making in Geneva from its humble origins till now being one of the world’s watch leaders. The museum presents an evocative collection of timepieces dating back as far as the early 16th century, demonstrating the artistic and ...
Tavel House
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Rue du Puits Saint Pierre 6, Geneva, Switzerland
1943
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This old Geneva residence was destroyed by fire in 1334, but has since been restored by the city. The house contains artifacts of daily life in Geneva from the Middle Ages through the late 1800’s. The attic contains a scale model of pre-1850’s Geneva when walls still surrounded the city. Hours: ...
Palace of Nations
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14 Avenue de la Paix, CH - 1211 Genève 10, Suisse
3915
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Palace of Nations in Geneva is a complex of buildings, which was built between 1929 and 1938 in the park Ariana. Until 1946 the palace was posted headquarters League of Nations, and in 1966 the building is used as the European Office of the United Nations - the second most important residence of ...
The Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass (Musée Ariana)
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10 Avenue de la Paix, 1202 Genève, Suisse
2692
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Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass Museum or "Ariana" in Geneva, refers to a complex of the Museum of History and Art. In its exposures presented a rich collection of products from the Middle East, Europe and Asia, which reaches the age of seven centuries. Fragile artifacts stored in the ...
Botanical Gardens and Conservatory
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Chambesy 1292
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Open all year round, the Botanical Gardens and Conservatory of Geneva offers an escape from the winter blues or, in summer, a chance to experience one of the most comprehensive botanic collections in the world. The fantastic conservatory contains over 16,000 different gorgeous plants species. There ...
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