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Ženeva – razgledavanje

“The Prince-Bishop of Geneva established the St. Pierre Cathedral in the 12th century. Archaeological findings beneath the church show evidence of a previous structure dating back to the 4th century, Roman Empire mosaics, an 11th-century crypt and three earlier churches. From the 8th to the 10th century there were three cathedrals which shared this location.”
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“A few steps from St Peter's Cathedral, the Place du Bourg-de-Four is at the very heart of Geneva’s Old Town. Even in the past, roads leading to Geneva led inevitably to the Place du Bourg-de-Four whose market has been of major importance since the 9th century. Over time, house heights were raised to accommodate Protestant refugees from all over Europe. Don’t miss out on a visit to this delightful square and stop for a coffee or a drink.”
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History Museum
“Small museum of history of Geneva. Entrance is free and in the top floor they have an amazing copper reproduction of the city in 1850 before the fortifications were demolished. Must seen!”
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Capitol Building
“A feeling of peace and freedom can be sensed in Geneva, every year this landmark of the international scene hosts a large number of meetings at the summit. Built between 1929 and 1936, the Palais des Nations is home to the European headquarters of the United Nations and is, after New York, the largest centre of the United Nations. More than 25,000 delegates are welcomed here each year and many works of art are on display. Furthermore, the Palais des Nations opens its doors daily for exciting guided tours! ”
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Capitol Building
“An air of peace and the winds of freedom. The Palais des Nations houses the European headquarters of the United Nations, and is the largest UN centre after New York. The Palais opens its doors daily and provides fascinating guided tours!”
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Spomenik / znamenitost
“The Reformation Wall commemorates the significant events and personalities who were pivotal in the reformist movement. The wall is also called the Reformation Monument and the Mur de la Reformation. Geneva has a strong connection with Protestantism and was the hub of Calvinism in the 16th century. The wall was built from 1909 to 1917 in Parc des Bastions, located on the campus of the University of Geneva which John Calvin founded in 1559. The wall stretches for 99.06 meters and is 9.14 meters high.”
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