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The statue of Mexican War of Independence leader Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla stands on Avenue Appia in front of the ILO office in Geneva..
The statue of Mexican War of Independence leader Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla stands on Avenue Appia in front of the ILO office in Geneva.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum presents the work of the international humanitarian organization which was founded in 1863 in Geneva by Henry Dunant and Gustave Moynier to protect human life and health, and prevent and alleviate suffering
The Palace of Nations in Ariana Park is the seat of the United Nations Office at Geneva, the European headquarters of the UN
The statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Ariana Park was a gift from the Indian Government in 2007 to commemorate 60 years of Independence and Indo-Swiss friendship
The Musée Ariana is dedicated to ceramics and glass, with over 20,000 pottery, stoneware, earthenware, porcelain, and china creations from Eurasia spanning 12 centuries
The Centre William Rappard is the headquarters of the World Trade Organization (WTO)
The Broken Chair is an iconic 12 metre high monumental sculpture of a giant wooden propped up on 3 legs, with the fourth leg broken off midway
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 Geneva Conservatory and Botanical Garden is spread over 28 hectares on the banks of Lake Geneva
Grottes is Geneva's Bohemian quarter, with quirky Schtroumpfs buildings, interesting shops, and cafes
The Voltaire Museum presents the life and works of Voltaire through documents, prints and paintings, in the Les Délices mansion where he lived from March 1755 to October 1760