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The Swiss Alps is one of Geneva's most popular attractions. Other popular attractions include the United Nations Office, the Art and History Museum, Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

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The International Museum of the Reformation
The International Museum of Reformation is situated in the 18th century Maison Mallet within Geneva's old town close to Saint Pierre Cathedral, the International Reformation Museum covers the history of protestant reformation from a religious, social...

Rath Museum
This primary Swiss museum is dedicated to fine arts and displays huge provisional shows prepared by the Art and History Museum, established as an award to the Geneva people by two sisters, Henriette Rath and Jeanne-Françoise and instated in the year ...

Lake Geneva
Geneva connects two huge mountain ranges, the Jura Mountain Ranges that are sited in the north and the foothills of Swiss Alps that can be found in the south of Geneva. Both of these ranges give the town a picturesque beauty and it would be any paint...

The Mamco Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
The Mamco museum opened in September 1994 in a former industrial unit that was originally built in the 1950's, the Mamco museum displays a wide range of collections from the early 1960s right up to the current day, including videos, installations, pa...

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The Swiss Alps

Geneva connects two huge mountain ranges, the Jura Mountain Ranges that are sited in the north and the foothills of Swiss Alps that can be found in the south of Geneva City.

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The United Nations

The League of Nations was then replaced by the United Nations after 2nd World War.

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La Roseraie

Rose Garden or the La Roseraie which is located in Parc de la Grange in Geneva or known as Grange Park.

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St. Peters Cathedral

Cathedral St-Pierre is also known as St. Peters Cathedral and is Geneva's partially Romanesque and partially a Gothic house of worship

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Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva is also recognized as the "Lac Léman" and the "Lac de Genève" the lake is an enormous glacial fed lake that is situated in the south west of Switzerland.

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Quai W. Wilson

Since Tate Modern opened in 2000 in the former power station building, it's become one of Geneva's biggest tourist attractions.

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