The Woodrow Wilson Memorial Sphere in Cour d'Honneur of the Ariana Park on the grounds of the Palais des Nations is dedicated to former US President Woodrow Wilson who was the founding father of the League of Nations. The Celestial Sphere, as it is otherwise known, stands in a small reflecting pool as a symbol of peace and hope.
Parc de l'Ariana, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland
Woodrow Wilson Memorial Sphere and Nearby Attractions on Map
Monument Brunswick(2 km)
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Broken Chair(0.4 km)
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International Museum of the Reformation(2.8 km)
The International Museum of the Reformation traces the history of the Reformation in Geneva since the 16th century, and its proliferation to other parts of the world.
Jardin Botanique(0.4 km)
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Maison Tavel(2.8 km)
Maison Tavel, the oldest preserved house in Geneva dating back to the 14th century, is an apt location for the museum tracing the history of Geneva.
Horloge Fleurie - Flower Clock(2.5 km)
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Barbier-Mueller Museum(2.7 km)
The Barbier-Mueller Museum has an important collection of over 7,000 artifacts and works of art from Tribal and Classical antiquity as well as sculptures, fabrics and ornaments from ancient civilizations around the world.
Centre William Rappard(0.1 km)
The Centre William Rappard is the headquarters of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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