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Very Impressive monuments near the waterside of Geneva, although it could do with a plaque to explain the reasoning behind it. The monument is within a small park with a café next to it and makes for a pleasant place to spend some time.
There's nothing particularly eye-catching about this monument but the story behind its creation does no credit to the man it honors nor the city's motive in honoring him. Charles II, an exiled duke of Brunswick, Germany, died in Geneva, leaving his fortune to the city...More
If you’re staying in downtown Geneva or passing near the central bus or train stations you will be quite close to this beautiful monument and pocket park erected in 1879 at the request of the Duke of Brunswick who stipulated a memorial be built to...More
This is right on the water and simply a beautiful structure located across from the water. Luckily, we were on a walking tour to hear the story of the Embassador from Brunswick which was quite funny and gave us a whole new view of this...More
Stumbled upon the monument as I was walking along the lake side. The ornate building got my attention so I had to cross the street to get a closer look. It looked like there was a coffin in the mid layer of the structure. There...More