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  • 26. Ile Rousseau

    I walked down towards the lake but the first day didn’t cross the busy Pont du Mont-Blanc (pics 1-2), this one is always full of cars but also tourists that try to take pictures of Jet d’eau from a...

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  • 27. Grand Théâtre de Genève

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Photos: 1. Waiting at the stage door after the performance. 2. Sign on the stage door (daytime). 3. Bicycle parking near the stage door. The stage door ("Entrée des Artistes") of the Grand Théâtre de...

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  • 28. Carouge

    According to the official tourist guide Carouge is considered the Greenwich Village of Geneva! It’s funny but I managed to visit this district which is located south of Rhone and Arve rivers on my...

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  • 29. Motor Show - Salon de l'Auto

    During the month of March there's an exibition you can't miss, the annual Auto Saloon. Lot of nice cars and tuning. For those who are really interested in cars, this is the right place to leave your...

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  • 30. Maison Tavel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Maison Tavel is a nice example of medieval civil architecture in Switzerland, worth a visit anyway because it’s the oldest house in Geneva. It was rebuilt as a fortified mansion by Tavel family after...

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  • 31. National Monument

    National monument is name for beautiful sculpture of two women (the Republic of Geneva and Helvetias- on right side) in bronze on pedestal holding each other entwined at the waist. They are build in...

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  • 32. La Tour de L'Ile

    Tour de l'Île is the only surviving structure from a 13th century château that was located on the island in the middle of the Rhône River. The castle was built to augment Geneva's defences against the...

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  • 33. Parc de la Grange

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    As with most parks in cities, they are often slightly remote from the hub of tourist activity. Par de la Grange is on the south shore of the lake a short walk from Jet d'Eau. The park was relaxing and...

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  • 34. Ariana Museum

    The Ariana Museum was bequeathed to the City of Geneva in 1890 by a wealthy art collector and keen traveller, Gustave Revilliod. It houses one of the richest and most beautiful collections of ceramics...

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  • 35. Les Bastions

    The Genevese are particularly fond of the Promenade des Bastions, previously a botanical garden. Amble through the gates and you will come across the giant chess boards where you may either watch or...

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  • 36. World Trade Oganisation

    The WTO building is situated right opposite the lower end of the botanical gardens. I don't think one can gain access to it, but just for the sake of completing my picture collection of all things...

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  • 37. Swiss National Day - August 1st

    Geneva might not seem very Swiss at all, unless it's the First of August. Then suddenly, all inhabitants and visitors - wherever they come from - will gather in public squares allover the canton to...

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